Children at school - the pressures of doing well


The beginning of the new school year always brings heated debates about the present education system. More than a decade after the fall of the Iron Curtain Czech youngsters are living in a changed environment - they are said to be more self-confident, more aggressive, more high-strung and under greater pressure than their predecessors to be successful. Are they being prepared for the challenges that lie ahead? In this week's Magazine Daniela Lazarova talks to Mrs. Jarmila Knight about the problems Czech youngsters face and what they think of the world around them.