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        Diametrically opposed takes on Roma school segregation ruling

        Monday, January 13th, 2020

        Liberal and left-wing commentators accuse Prime Minister Orbán of racism for publicly criticizing a court ruling granting compensation to Roma families whose children were enrolled in separate classes to non-Roma children. Pro-government columnists agree with the Prime Minister and find the ruling outrageous. READ MORE

        Government to revise national curriculum

        Friday, January 10th, 2020

        As the government concludes its revision of the national curriculum, a conservative and a left-wing pundit debate the role of education. READ MORE

        Dispute over public education

        Thursday, August 8th, 2019

        A left-wing columnist criticizes the government’s amendments to the public education act. A conservative pundit contends that bureaucratic efforts to integrate disadvantaged children are doomed to fail. READ MORE

        CEU’s last graduation ceremony in Budapest

        Monday, July 1st, 2019

        As the Central European University bids farewell to Hungary, right-wing commentators liken ideas expressed by CEU representatives  to colonialist and even Nazi and Communist thinking. They consider CEU’s departure as ‘good riddance’. A Marxist philosopher charges the government with the imposition of ideological absolutism. READ MORE

        Dispute over history curriculum

        Thursday, November 29th, 2018

        A liberal and a left-wing columnist harshly criticize a conservative historian’s suggestion that history education should be used to strengthen national feeling. A pro-government commentator, on the other hand, welcomes the proposal. READ MORE

        Further comments on the departure of the Central European University

        Monday, October 29th, 2018

        Left-wing commentators see a litmus test in the government’s handing of the CEU affair; one explains why the Prime Minister feels he cannot compromise on that matter, while pro-government outlets ridicule the protests over the planned transfer of most CEU courses to Vienna. READ MORE

        CEU sets 1 December deadline

        Saturday, October 27th, 2018

        The Central European University is preparing to transfer most of its courses to Vienna, but has given the government 36 days to sign an agreement which would keep the Soros-founded University in Budapest. A pro-government columnist dismisses the announcement as ‘an advertisement aimed at recruiting students.’ READ MORE

        Back to school

        Monday, September 10th, 2018

        A pro-government commentator criticizes liberal education norms that put individual liberty first. A liberal teacher accuses the government of ignoring the needs of poor children. READ MORE

        Dispute over gender studies

        Monday, August 13th, 2018

        As the government proposes to cancel the accreditation of gender studies university degree programs, left-wing and liberal pundits accuse it of ideologically driven interference in higher education. Conservative commentators are divided on the proposed ban. READ MORE

        High school students demonstrate for education reforms

        Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

        A student in the leading pro-government daily claims that high school students who demand the reform of the education system have no credible ideas and serve the interest of the opposition parties. A left-wing columnist, on the other hand, finds the students’ demands legitimate and reasonable. READ MORE