1. They know enough who know how to learn.
-Henry Adams
The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet.

History and Baltic Culture

History - 0,4
Lithuanian language - 0,2
Foreign language - 0,2

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Math - 0,4
Foreign language or history - 0,2
Lithuanian language - 0,2
Foreign language or history

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Hardships of Lithuania's higher education: Free but not for all

The ideas I agree

1. Daujotis is disgusted with the way university diplomas are bought and sold: “If you have money, you just pay up and serve the time. Who cares if you are not qualified and don't have the brain for it.”

2. Tuition fees should be purposefully adjusted so that there are fewer universities and more vocational schools and colleges. Lithuania does not possess sufficient intellectual or financial potential to maintain quality in so many universities.

3. Daujotis and Janulaitis say it would be better if the state allocated funding according to contracts between schools and the government, and not through the “basket” system, where funds depend on the number of students.

The ideas I disagree

1. If bright students find themselves in the same room with the less able ones, the quality goes down.

2. According to Daujotis, the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) calls such a situation, where one student pays for studies and another does not, discriminatory.

3. The professors suggest an audit be carried out to determine how many good teachers work in each school and how many students they can properly teach.