The Ministry of Education announced that six more education superintendents were dismissed by the decision of Minister Barbara Nowacka. Barbara Nowak, a curator from Małopolska, was the first to lose her position in mid-December.
Minister of Education Barbara Nowacka dismissed the curators of the Podlaskie, Masovian and Silesian voivodeships as well as the curators of the Lower Silesian, Greater Poland and Warmian-Masurian voivodeships – it was announced on Friday Ministry of Education and Science.
As the ministry announced on Friday, the following people were dismissed from their positions: Beata Pietruszka, curator from Podlasie, Aurelia Michałowska, curator from Masovia, Urszula Bauer, Silesian curator, Roman Kowalczyk, Lower Silesian curator, Robert Gaweł, Wielkopolska curator, and Krzysztof Nowacki, Warmian-Masurian curator, were dismissed from their positions.
Nowacka had previously dismissed six education superintendents
Earlier, she dismissed the Minister of Education six education superintendents. Barbara Nowak, a curator from Małopolska, was the first to be dismissed. After her, the following were dismissed: Pomeranian curator Małgorzata Bielang, Subcarpathian curator Małgorzata Rauch, Kuyavian-Pomeranian curator Marek Gralik, Łódź curator Waldemar Flazjer and Świętokrzyskie curator Kazimierz Mądzik.
When Nowacka informed about the cancellation Małopolska education superintendent, announced the dismissal of the remaining 15 curators. She also announced that a government competition for the positions of education superintendents would be announced within a month.
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