Announcement for enrollment of pupils in public high schools was announced

The competition for enrollment of pupils in public high schools for the 2019/2020 school year provides a total of 35,690 student places, 24,581 in Macedonian language, 10,123 in Albanian, 952 in Turkish and 34 in Serbian.

The number of students enrolled in the ninth grade in the school year 2018/2019 is 20,030 students.

For vocational education for a period of four years, 18,365 vacant places are envisaged, 5,490 vacant positions are for vocational education for three years, while 408 vacancies are foreseen for vocational education for two years. There are 10,713 free places for gymnasium education.

The first registration and enrollment of students is done on 17 and 18 June 2019.
The second registration and enrollment of students will take place on June 24 and 25, 2019.
The third registration and enrollment of students will be performed on July 1, 2019,
The competition is announced at


Schools throughout Macedonia are rapidly emptied: Every month, we leave a child in Germany, Switzerland, Italy

Numerous are the Macedonian schools where children are written out, and they go abroad together with their parents.

Some students have already left, and some have yet to announce that they will stop their education in Macedonia.

Such a problem exists in those settlements where there is a Roma population. Such cases are in the municipalities of Sh.Orizari, Gazi Baba. Gorce Petrov,
At the same time in Bitola, Stip, Prilep, Tetovo, Gostivar, Kumanovo and other cities and municipalities throughout Macedonia

Illustratively, for example, in one of the schools in Bitola, where there were Roma pupils in the school year 2014/15, 59 students attended the classes, and two years later that number was 31 pupil Roma

In another school in 2012 there were 71, while in the school year 2016/17 that number was 43.

Similar cases with a reduction in the number is in the hundreds of municipalities, and it is evident that the number of students is smaller and smaller, because of their families abroad, mostly from economic insecurity and possibly "better tomorrow".

With the education of Roma women, to future independent women

A successful Roma woman is like Superman, she has unwashed power every day to wake up, smile and work, make her smile and stay smiling and upright, against all the storms that hit her.

With these words, the famous opera solitaire Natasha Tasic Knezevic describes the Roma woman, who is the very Roma woman who managed to get out of the traditional framework.

And this very moment she showed her this very strength. Social networks in Serbia for days wrote about the inconvenience they experienced in a supermarket.

In fact, when a few more people set off to the exit of that supermarket, the alarm was triggered. However, the only "suspicious" of the security was precisely that one. They stopped and ordered them to take out all the things, while the rest of the group freely traveled.

What her "qualify" as "thief" was actually only the skin color. It was not enough that the security had humiliated her, and this "investigation" was also assisted by people by accident, encountered there, by making unpleasant comments about the Roma.



Supporting Romani women to become early childhood professionals in Hungary

Access and the quality of services can be increased by ensuring more diversity in the workforce. The REYN National Network Hungary has been training Romani women to help them entering the profession.

“I am really grateful for this opportunity, I have always wanted to work with children but could never afford to study. I used to work in a kindergarten but couldn’t keep the job because I wasn’t qualified”, says Eva. She prefers not to disclose her real name for privacy reasons.

With other Roma women, Eva followed a training provided and financed by the REYN National Network Hungary. She is now a qualified kindergarten technical assistant.
REYN Hungary has been recently supporting the professional development of Romani women in early childhood education and care.

REYN Hungary is a vibrant national network that offers its members opportunities for professional development across the early childhood development sector and advocates for more Roma early childhood professionals in the country. They also promote access to high quality services for young Romani children and families.


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