What is the education system like in Poland??
The system of education in Poland allows for 22 years of continuous, uninterrupted schooling. Primary school usually starts at seven years old. Primary school is pided into two cycles of three years. The first cycle is "integrated", with one teacher handling alone all the subjects, while the second cycle offers a subject-based teaching.
How many students in schools for national minorities in Poland??
In 2005/06 there were 49,200 students in schools for national minorities, most of them in German, Kashubian, Ukrainian and Belarusian. Due to the education reform introduced by Polish education minister - Katarzyna Hall, students of Polish lower secondary schools must learn two different foreign languages.
What age do you have to be to study in Poland??
In Poland compulsory education ends at the age of 18. It usually starts when children are 6 years old and ends after 12 years of learning (usually in a high school). Contemporary Polish law distinguishes between compulsory school (obowiązek szkolny) and compulsory education (obowiązek nauki).
How to apply for a school job in Poland??
For all school openings, please submit a letter of interest, application, resume, transcripts, certification and 3 letters of recommendation to: Regional School Unit #16 (EOE), 3 Aggregate Road, Poland ME 04274 To obtain the applicable Employment Application form needed - click on the name of the form below: