The number of foreign students in Poland grew in 2022 by 5.6 percent on the previous year to almost 89,500, a new report has revealed.
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Poland's education minister has criticised the idea of scrapping religion classes in schools, claiming it is part a wider plan to de-Christianise the Western world.
Poland's Left party has called for the education minister to resign after he said about 100,000 teachers will have to be fired due to a falling number of children because of a demographic decline.
Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has refused to sign an amendment to an education law that has run into opposition from NGOs.
Singer and dancer Montana Tucker was spurred into action after telling her followers about her grandparents who survived the Holocaust and being shocked at the anti-Semitic reaction.
The Polish Teachers' Union (ZNP) held a picket in front of the Education Ministry building in central Warsaw on Saturday, demanding wage increases and improvements in the education system.
Around 200,000 refugee children from Ukraine have been absorbed into the Polish education system, the country’s deputy education minister said on Wednesday.