Lithuania - Investment in teachers first priority - February 28, 2018

In an opinion poll, investment in teachers and education came on top of the ranking. Making the teaching profession prestigious by 2025 was one of the three top priorities that were unveiled as part of a national initiative that was led by the media and the state's leaders and lasted for almost half a year. The government reacted by stating that the country’s future depends on how politicians, society and the state invest in, regard and treat teachers. The position the teacher has in society is like a litmus test.

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