Life in Kosovo Debates the Quality of Teaching in Secondary Schools

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Tonight, Life in Kosovo discusses the quality of teaching in primary and secondary schools, the frequent suspension of students and the large number of students with poor grades.

Why are students being suspended so regularly? What are the reasons for the large number of students who achieve poor grades? Can we overcome this crisis in the education system? How concerned are parents of students about this phenomenon? Who is responsible for the students’ lack of interest in learning?

To discuss these and other concerns about primary and secondary education, host Muhamet Hajrullahu has invited the following:

Ramush Lekaj, official at the Ministry of Education,
Zef Osmani, Head of the Regional Inspectorate in Gjakova,
Nazim Haliti, from the Forum for Civic Initiatives,
Elizabeta Murati, student of Xhevdet Doda high school in Prishtina,
Shkumbin Arifi, both a parent and an expert in educational issues.

Before the debate, journalist Edona Musa looks at problems in the education system. The reportage looks at the case of 30 suspended students from Ratkovc, a village in Rahovec, and problems in the municipality of Malisheva, where a large number of students have received poor grades.

After the debate, journalist Alban Selimi reveals how Dr Haqif Sadiku has been working for many years in the private clinic “Galaksia” during his work hours for public health institutions.