The salary increase for teachers will come in January, the performance evaluation may change

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At the listening to of the parliamentary tradition committee, Sándor Pintér, the Minister of the Interior, reported on the significance of the improvement of the new National Basic Curriculum (NAT), highlighting the position of the authorities committee on schooling led by the Prime Minister. The minister emphasised the efforts made in the area of public schooling, together with the introduction of the new public schooling employment relationship and the wage increase. However, the regulation, additionally known as the standing regulation, was rejected by skilled organizations and plenty of teachers.

According to Pintér, the adoption of the standing regulation served everybody’s pursuits, and additional plans embrace the evaluate of teachers’ performance evaluations, the examination of the faculty district’s institutional system, the introduction of Wi-Fi in all faculties, and the promotion of intensive contact, based on the Telex report.

Regarding the outcomes of the PISA assessments, the minister admitted {that a} deterioration is predicted this yr as nicely, however at the identical time emphasised that resulting from the coronavirus epidemic, it will not be extra drastic than the European common.

Sándor Pintér stated that final yr it was a problem in public schooling to meet up with the 5,200 Ukrainian kids who needed to go to high school resulting from the battle in Ukraine, however based on him, this was ensured.

The Minister of the Interior additionally spoke about the salary increase for teachers and the digitalization of the schooling system, highlighting the significance of performance evaluation. The minister answered the extra essential opposition questions

confirmed {that a} 10 p.c wage increase will be applied in January and is assured that this will be added to the 10 p.c minimal wage in December.

Front web page picture: Minister of the Interior Sándor Pintér at his listening to at the assembly of the Culture Committee of the Parliament in the Klebelsberg Kunó Hall of the Parliament on December 4, 2023. Next to him is Bence Rétvári, Parliamentary State Secretary of the Ministry of the Interior (b) and Zoltán Maruzsa, State Secretary for Public Education. Photo supply: MTI Photo/Attila Kovács

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