Hungary -Teachers demand to be consulted in reform that will increase working hours -August 23, 2012

Teachers unions have demanded to be consulted in an upcoming education reform that will greatly increase teaching hours and working hours. In total, the reform aims for a 65% increase in teacher working hours. The new law also includes a requirement to spend all working hours on the school premises.



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