While the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology promotes a new teaching methodology, schools in Kosovo are faced with more basic challenges.
If economic growth in the region had been the only criterion for a successful government, then we should have never changed governments to begin with.
Almost one third of Kosovo’s population live in relative poverty, but it is the society at large that suffers the effects of a dwindling labor market and governmental policies that favor asphalt over health and education.
In Albanian lands, to be critical of Mother Teresa’s work and ideas amounts to national treason. But her views on abortion, homosexuality and especially poverty - should not be whitewashed.