Over 56 percent of citizens believe that comprehensive education reform is necessary
More than 56 percent of Montenegrin citizens believe that a comprehensive reform of primary and secondary education is necessary, while less than a quarter is of the opposite opinion, the Center for Civic Education (CGO) has announced.
CGO said that there were the results of the project “What kind of Montenegro we need?”, carried out by this NGO, with the support of the German Friedrich Ebert Foundation (FES), in cooperation with DAMAR agency.
“The dominant majority of 56.7 percent of citizens believes that a comprehensive reform of primary and secondary education is necessary, while less than a quarter, or 23.9 percent, is of the opposite opinion”, CGO stated.
According to CGO, citizens believe that the party-based recruitment is the most damaging to the education system at all levels.
“Furthermore, when it comes to the quality of the teaching staff, the bad faculties where that staff is trained, as well as the undervaluation and insufficient financial incentives, are seen as significant limitations”, the press statement says.