The second half of the school year has begun. Minister of Science and Education Blaženka Divjak visited the 9th Secondary School in Zagreb today in conjunction with her new tour titled Talks about change.
Minister Blaženka Divjak wants to visit as many schools as possible to receive feedback from students and teachers on how successful reforms are and how much changes in classes have affected participants in the education process.
“We also talked about education and how to improve it. The state exams were a special issue. As you know state exams will be according to a new model partially as of 2022, while in 2021 we will have a test state exam, for third grade students and we need to continue with these processes. Naturally, we will also have continued professional development, regardless of whether or not it is in the virtual or physical sense, it's all the same. What is on offer now, I think is the most we've ever had,” said Divjak.
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