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During the 1990-2003 period, there was very little concern for education in Romania, and the generation who studied in this period is quite poorly trained, with illiteracy being higher than the pervious generation, especially among the Roma population in rural areas.
This law came into force after years of political debate regarding not only the number of years in compulsory education, but also how they should be structured.
to 5–6 p.m., with three snacks and one meal, and almost always including after lunch sleeping periods).
In rural areas, most kindergartens only have a short schedule.
With the exception of kindergarten (preschool) and tertiary education (university) the private sector has a very low presence in the Romanian education system.
The original form of the law, which would have moved the 9th grade to middle school, was never implemented.
Kindergartens offer preschool education for children (usually between ages 3–6) and are optional.
Typical tuition fees for private kindergarten range between 400 and 1,600 lei monthly, depending on the town/city where the institution is located and on the services offered, whereas for public kindergarten there is no tuition fee (some may, however, charge for meals and/or transportation).
The private sector is quite expensive, catering to upper and upper-middle-class families.
Originally, the communist regime lowered compulsory education to 4 years, but with a strong enforcement.