Money instead of a plan

Anyone who heard the leader of Greece’s main opposition at his party’s youth congress promising university hirings and easier admissions to all would have gotten an idea of what educational populism means. 

The public is waiting for well-thought-out proposals instead of the usual slogan “more appointments, more money” – and more degrees. 

Most people can now distinguish between reform-oriented proposals and empty campaign promises.

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