9 July 2000 If Czech Education Minister Eduard Zeman has his way, the country’s special (remedial) schools will soon cease to exist. Roma activists have regularly criticized the Czech educational system for placing an overwhelming number of Romani children into the special schools, where their chances to go on to higher education are virtually nil. […]

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