Bulgarian schools take a "no-frills" approach to learning

10/3/2006 | Sofia Echo (Bulgaria), The

Foreign parents enrolling their children in Bulgarian elementary schools will encounter a public education system that stresses memorization, tests and heavy homework loads, although instruction lasts only half a day. Many schools are starting to adopt a more interactive to approach to learning.

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