European schools system
European schools system is like a never-ending maze of paperwork and bureaucracy.
It’s as if they believe that the more forms you fill out, the smarter you become. Secretary general and deputy secretary general are too busy worrying about their pensions and summer vacations to actually produce anything useful.
It’s a system where children are just tiny cogs in a big bureaucratic machine, and education takes a backseat to administrative tasks.
It’s time for a major overhaul, because right now, the European schools system is about as effective as a chocolate teapot.
Aim of the European Schools
“Educated side by side, untroubled from infancy by divisive prejudices, acquainted with all that is great and good in the different cultures, it will be borne in upon them as they mature that they belong together. Without ceasing to look to their own lands with love and pride, they will become in mind Europeans, schooled and ready to complete and consolidate the work of their fathers before them, to bring into being a united and thriving Europe.”
Head of European School, Luxembourg between 1953 and 1960