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New jobs will appear in education, more precisely teachers who will teach new subjects.
Diversifying the curriculum means, for example, that you will have a teacher of pottery, DIY, etc. Practically new jobs appear.
“The diversification of the curriculum is to enter gradually,” said Soren Combino.
“Teaching career clarified. You definitely need a year of training. At university, if you pursue an educational master’s degree or if you follow the Teacher Training Department (DPPD), you certify your theoretical skills. You get one year of training, and you get the same salary. which a junior teacher receives, which is a motivating salary.Pedagogical practice follows the guidance of a mentor who will in turn be an experienced teacher The teaching base will be reduced from 18 to 14 hours per week, according to the bill.Also, according to the bill, the subscription of experienced faculty will be paid In the Younger Fellow. After one year, your pedagogical practice skills are checked. You have a licensing exam and you are a teacher with the appropriate documents,” Soren Compino explained to DC News.
As the Minister said: “You can enter the teaching profession, within a year of training, even if you do not have a DPPD.”
“You can also come from outside the system if you do not have a DPPD, provided that your theoretical skills are verified. You do a year of pedagogical practice. Then you can enter, even if you have not finished DPPD,” Soren Compino added.
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Big change for high school graduates!
Soren Combino spoke about the change in vocational education and the certificate of professional competence.
The Minister of Education has stated that there will be no additional academic year for students who will complete 3-year vocational education in the new vocational high schools. He explained that the students would no longer lose a year of their lives: instead of two they would lose one, just like all other high school graduates.
All those who wish to pursue this type of education will have the opportunity to continue their studies until the end of high school and will also be able to pass a baccalaureate exam to check their basic skills.
Currently, a student from a vocational school, who wants to enter a secondary school, after completing the vocational school, must study another 2 years of high school, in addition to 3 years of vocational school.
“Let’s talk about vocational education. We raise the vocational school to the level of technical and vocational high school. This means that when a parent sends his child to a vocational school, which will now be called a vocational high school, he does not have the limitation that he has faced so far: you are three years old And if in 2-3- 4 -5-6-7 years the student wants to go back, he still has to do two more years: three years in vocational school, plus two more years to support the baccalaureate. It’s five years. Soren Compino said “If I sent him to high school, the student completes four years and does not lose a year of his life.”
“The new law says: You have three years, and if you only work for one year, and when you want to go back, you will be able to do the 12th grade and you will get the bac. After you pass the bac, you will get a certificate of professional aptitude that universities will also take into account, but more generally. Special by employers.
Apart from general culture exams, there will also be a specialty exam to be chosen by the candidate. If what he thinks he is good at is validated in the baccalaureate exam, he will receive a certificate of professional competence. “If he chooses numerical programming or anything in the field of specialization he pursued in high school and is credible, universities and employers will consider it,” the Minister of Education said.
Currently, no one cares about professional assessment certificates because graduates only receive them if they open the door for those who sign them.
But now everything will change. “Currently, professional assessment certificates are official. I tell you very honestly. We want to eliminate hypocrisy from the system,” Soren Combino explained to DC News.
Why do we need “educated Romania”?
The ‘Education in Romania’ project aims to be the starting point for all that a true country project should mean. Educated Romania is the project of future generations, the foundation on which we can build Romania over the next 100 years. Any project of such importance to the fate of the nation must be open to all who want to contribute, responsibly, to make its implementation possible. http://www.romaniaeducata.eu
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