Teachers unhappy with too much paperwork, low trust

Ljubljana, 3 September - Some 25,000 teachers teach at Slovenia's primary and secondary schools, many of whom are complaining about excessive paperwork and low trust. Nevertheless, international surveys do not necessarily always corroborate their claims about being overburdened due to time-consuming paperwork.

Teachers would like to have less paperwork to do to focus more on teaching.
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