Hungarian Teachers Protest Against Orban Education OverhaulBy and
Protesters demand less centralization, more pay for teachers
Teachers spurn government dialog offer, plan Feb. 13 protest
Thousands of Hungarian teachers kicked off protests against Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s overhaul of the school system after a centralization push and the deepest cuts to education spending in Europe angered faculty and left schools short of basics including chalk.
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