University reform is a long-term project, and its benefits will manifest over time.
This was stated by Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilita during the PAS conference, where the ruling party presented a report on its activities one year after the July 11, 2021 early elections, reports realitatea.md
“We must be patient and see how this reform, launched a few weeks ago, will improve the education of our children. We cannot afford to watch all of our children go abroad to study and stay there,” Gavrilita said.
The Prime Minister said she had a similar experience when the Education Ministry, led by Maia Sandu, launched a reform of the baccalaureate exams.
“Too few governments have had the courage to focus on long-term reforms because they involve some difficult short-term decisions. In education, it’s like this: only if you go boldly and are guided by the interests of the student, the quality of learning, the interests of teachers, the interests of researchers. That’s the only way to get real results in education. Many of us were working in the Ministry of Education when we started the baccalaureate reform. Recall how many votes of no confidence were brought against Maia Sandu. Recall how many protests we had,” Gavrilita said.