Editorial EDITORIAL

Good planning and patience

COMMENT

A large part of Greek society naturally has high expectations of the conservative government and feels impatient that things aren’t happening fast enough. 

However, not all reforms can be implemented in a single day. 

This is especially the case in sectors that have been repeatedly damaged by ersatz reforms – such as state education – and which require meticulous preparation and surgical precision in order to make sure that any changes will have a lasting effect. 

The academic community must feel confident they are not in for yet another short-lived experiment.

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