Thousands demonstrated in Budapest against an education reform that centralized the governance of schools.
Some estimates suggest as many as 10 000 people took part in the protest, despite the heavy rain.
Protesters argue moves by the government, which in the autumn of 2012 took away control on schools from local authorities tasking a centralized institution to oversee them, are making the system inefficient, also restricting the choice of textbooks, the current ones reportedly containing errors....
The real hard hitting story N o v i n i t e, is what else happened on Hungary\'s National Day, which is more to the point for the whole of Europe; not a little fluff article about Hungary\'s capital being \"rocked\" by protesters over education reform in their own country. Why is it that you either miss the real news stories or report them about two days too late?
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