The educational system of Brasov reached remarkable performances abroad, on the occasion of international Olympian contests and various pools between the local students and the representatives of the advances foreign schools. The quality of the teaching process was reflected by the many Olympic awards gained by the students and it was made possible by investments made in 2006 by the County?s Scholastic Inspectorate, the Ministry of Education and Research and the local authorities. The schools within the county can now compete with any other scholastic unit within EU area.
Financial and locative Support
The County?s Scholastic Inspectorate inaugurated mid-October its new seat; the event gathered the most important people of Brasov: Aristotel Cancescu, president of the County Council, the prefect Aurelian Danu, the mayor George Scripcaru and the state secretary minister Matei Dumitru.
General scholastic inspector Carmen Tanasescu thanked the CC president, the mayor and the Education and Research Ministry for their financial and locative support.
The guests visited the offices of the scholastic inspectors, the workshops were the pupils unfold projects and the conference hall, endowed with sound system and simultaneous translation in seven languages. The hall also hosted the first International conference ?International Projects, an educational support for European values?, attended by guest from Denmark, France, Great Britain, Italy, Spain, Austria, USA, Holland and Slovenia.
Valuable local School
Inspector Tanasescu emphasized that the educational process has become a priority in Brasov county; the Inspectorate is preoccupied to ensure the conditions for a valuable teaching and learning process. In order to create the best educational conditions, 48 schools have been rehabilitated; each of them will be endowed with new furniture till the end of the year. ?The responsibility of the Inspectorate is to ensure the most favourable conditions for both pupils and teachers, in order to obtain performances?, inspector Tanasescu stated.