5 March 2000 Over 900 small, rural schools in Poland are slated to close this year, according to the Ministry of Education. The Ministry announced on 2 March that it was encouraging the gminy (the smallest administrative units in Poland) to close the schools in an effort to cut costs. The closures may well be […]

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