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(Title in Roma language: O siklaripen sar vasneder buti dre raipnasqere programe vas-o lachipen e Rromenqero). The author attempts to compare the governmental programs for the Roma community in Czech, Poland and Slovakia. He is particularly interested in how these three countries perceive the role of education. All of the three programs include the educational component, as clearly pointed out by the author. Also, the position of the Roma Assistant has been introduced in all the countries. It is important since the education of Roma community has become a priority and the efforts of governments and European institutions as well as NGOs towards improving the educational and social situations of the Roma have been coordinated.
(Title in Roma language: Buti e rigitkone (sevitkone) siklarnesqeri dre rromane chavenqero siklaripen - eksperience wroclawitkone skolentar). The author presents problems which she encounters in her work as a teacher who assists the education of Roma children in Wrocław. She mainly emphasizes, however, how Romani children, young people and whole families benefit from the work of such a teacher who is an intermediary between the school and Roma community.
(Title in Roma language: So saj avel anda jekhe ga3esqero sero p-i tema e Rromenqere siklaripnasqeri). The educational situation of the Roma children in Poland is improving gradually. At present opportunities for financing various educational and cultural activities in Poland, created mostly by the Governmental Program for the Roma Community, are incomparably better than several years ago. There is, however, no debate about the model of education for the Gypsy children. Education in regular schools, advocated by the vast majority of Romani activists, raises the level of Roma education, but, on the other hand, it may bring very harmful outcomes. Roma children learn in such schools neither Romani language, nor history, and the language they speak undergoes rapid polonization. Books published in Romani in Poland are very rare. Moreover, the idea of introducing Romani to the school curricula is met with anger by more traditional Gypsies. In spite of that, however, it is necessary to have Romani language and history taught in schools if we want the language and culture of the Roma who live in Poland to survive.
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