Child rights ombudswoman Edita Žiobienė says that the ongoing teachers' strike could have negative effects on their students' performance.
Edita Žiobienė
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Žiobienė has told LRT that many students, especially those in their final year at school, are concerned about the disturbed education process that might have effects on their results and particularly on their exam performance.

About one in ten schools across the country started a strike on Monday while teachers' unions and the government negotiate over education reform and higher wages.

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