In this episode of The Debrief, we take a look at language apprehension in older students.
In this week’s Debrief Rafał Rogulski and Anna Wachowiak from the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity talk about how a nation’s memory plays into a sense of identity.
Forty-one Ukrainian students who arrived in Poland after February 24, when Russia invaded Ukraine, will sit the Polish matura, or the secondary school final exam that is required to start university or college education.
About 3,500 Ukrainian teachers have applied for jobs at Polish schools so far, the education minister has said.
Soldiers from the 6th Mazovian Territorial Defence Brigade guided the group from the border to Warsaw and provided assistance on the way as head of special forces slams BBC for ‘propagating disinformation’.
School students aged 11 and over will start home learning from Thursday, and will not come back to school until February 28, the education minister has said.
The Polish Medical Mission, in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and a group of mountain climbers, has made it possible for two young female Afghan refugees to reach Poland.
After fleeing Belarus to escape arrest and worse, MA student Angelina Bets, psychologist Albina Stroganova and entrepreneur Stanislau Stesik tell TFN how they have rebuilt their lives in Poland
Local teacher Izabella Galuba-Bryja came up with the idea during lockdown when hairdressers were closed.
School officials have collected over 48,300 declarations from parents who want their children to receive Covid-19 vaccinations at school, reports the Ministry of Education.