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Ministry of Education and Research (Estonia)
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The Ministry of Education and Research (Estonian: Haridus- ja teadusministeerium) is a government ministry of Estonia, responsible for the planning and carrying out education, research, youth, and language policies, developing the national curricula and other educational standards and performing state supervision over the compliance of national curricula and other educational standards and educational institutions.[1] Its head office is in Tartu and it also maintains offices in the capital, Tallinn.[2] The current Minister of Education and Research is Liina Kersna.
Ministry of Education and Research
Agency overview
JurisdictionGovernment of Estonia
HeadquartersMunga 18 50088 Tartu, Estonia
Annual budget811.2 mln € EUR (2021)
Minister responsible
Websitehttps://www.hm.ee/en
See also
Minister of Education and Research
References
  1. ^ "Ministry of Education and Research". Estonian Government.
  2. ^ "Contacts - Estonian Ministry of Education and Research". www.hm.ee.
External links
Official website
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