Evarist
Bartolo

Evarist Bartolo is Minister for Foreign Affairs

A realistic roadmap for education
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We need to narrow the gap in students’ achievement and raise the bar in...
Dissecting Malta’s literacy problem
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In the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) carried out...
Dissecting Malta’s literacy problem
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In the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) carried out...
Learning how to be a minister
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My compulsory reading at the moment is Instruction To Deliver by Michael...
Facing problems, not hiding them
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The lack of coordinated action to spread functional literacy in our society has...
SOS: language teaching in schools
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We should embrace and implement the proposals of the EU Commission for Language...
A glorious victory for the country
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The PN’s attempt to instil a sense of fear and risk was driven by survey...
Law for gods and law for animals
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Lou Bondì did put several questions to the persons addressing the press...
Putting our young people first
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Malta has a long way to go to achieve the EU objective of having just under 10%...
When greed killed a gas pipeline
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Our energy conversion to gas was sacrificed in the name of something very...
Why our children deserve a better educational system
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We need a strategy that narrows the gap between girls and boys in reading and...
How to improve education
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The need for more books in classroom libraries and the possibility of further...
Making us pay for oil
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When did Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi first learn that Trafigura, when selling...
BOV saga: Simon Busuttil already fails to deliver
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Now a Deputy Leader of the Nationalist Party, investors remain callously...
The writing was on the wall
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The budget contained optimistic growth projections, with the Minister assuring...
BOV saga: Simon Busuttil already fails to deliver
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The long list of Bank of Valletta clients who filed a misselling complaint in...
MFSA and BOV: how many of 2,250 compensated?
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MFSA has not said how many of the 2,250 investors are going to be compensated.
Giving money, but strangers not welcome
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This year a record €3.29 million were collected during l-Istrina, Malta’s...
Improving education: all together now
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One of the first decisions that must be taken in education is to set up a task...
Reading survey: Malta deserves better
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Our teachers and head teachers are suffering from reform fatigue