"A reduction of the drop-out rate, expansion of early childhood education, better vocational education and training, increased use of new technologies in education, a better adjustment of higher education to new European standards." These were the priorities set out by new Spanish minister of education, Angel Gabilondo, in a speech to the national congress of Spanish education union FETE-UGT, in Madrid last week.
Last week at the FETE-UGT
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