Author Archives: Frederick Rang

Estonian Education Agreement

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Estonia’s largest trade unions and student organizations in the education and research sector have just signed a joint education agreement. The organizations are motivated by a common concern about the sustainability of Estonian education and the free availability of Estonian-language education. The aim is to increase the motivation of employees… Read more »

Ministry of Education and Research promises to cover higher education institutions with the vaccination plan.

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Last week and repeatedly this week in ETV, the Minister of Education Liina Kersna has made public announcements about agreements on the preparation of vaccination of employees in the field of education against coronavirus. Unfortunately, the messages seem to focus just on the kindergarten and school staff. UNIVERSITAS, an Association… Read more »

Letter from ETUCE

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To: ETUCE Member Organisations in the EU, EU-candidate and EFTA Countries Dear Colleagues, We would like to inform you that the European Commission of the European Union is looking for nominations for awarding a best teacher or trainer in vocational education and training. Please find the nomination form and criteria listed… Read more »

March for Science

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Dear Science Marchers, It’s time to march again. Over the last two years, our grassroots people-powered movement has organized nearly 1,000 events and mobilized millions for science and justice. We can’t stop now! Our leaders continue to delay climate action. Science continues to be sidelined at our federal agencies. Healthcare… Read more »

UNIVERSITAS Petition to Estonian Political Parties

Loading… UNIVERSITAS presents this petition with a deep concern about Estonia’s science-based development, high-added-value future economy, employment opportunities for the Estonian research community and academics, and the persistence of Estonian language. Unfortunately, by 2019, the Estonian education system is coming to a crisis. This situation has been brought about by… Read more »