In the ideal situation the whole palette of secondary education is managed by the Ministry of Education. In that way coherence and synergy between vocational and academic education can be guaranteed. Certainly in rural areas this is important because schools will be small which might – and generally will – result in limited facilities. This all sounds obvious but until recently basic vocational education – skill and craft education - was not under the control of the Ministry of Education.
With pride the Head of the schools shows that progress is made in this area. The signpost, constructed by order of the Ministry, demonstrates that the village holds a leading position in education and that the Ministry is responsible for all of the schools.