UNICEF: There Shouldn’t Be Any More Interruptions in Educational Processes

Resident Representative of UNICEF in Skopje Patrizia di Giovanni addressed a statement to the media in the country in which she calls upon the government and the Education Trade Union to do their best to find a solution for the situation with the salaries in the education sector, so that a priority is once again given to the children and their education, without them having to miss more classes. “In addition to the schools being closed for in person learning for 54 weeks due to the pandemic, this year children already missed out on two weeks of schooling with the delayed start of the school year. With these disruptions, the learning crisis has already further escalated,” Di Giovanni says in her statement.