25% of the children in Bulgaria do not study actively

25% of the children in Bulgaria do not study actively

Nearly 25% of the children in Bulgaria are not actively involved in the learning process, said this country’s caretaker Premier Stefan Yanev at a discussion in the Council of Ministers. The future of many professions depends on the participation of these children in the education system, noted Premier Yanev.

According to Stefan Yanev, the high percentage of drop-outs and non-attending students is a serious problem, especially during a pandemic. In his view, Bulgaria should seek a long-term solution to the problem. For his part, Bulgaria’s caretaker Minister of Labor and Social Policy Galab Donev commented that all institutions are responsible for the current situation.


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