Roma high school proposed for Bucharest.
8.3.3 Intercultural education
All education issues in Romania are placed under the authority of the Ministry for Education and Research. The Hungarian Sections of Universities function in Cluj Napoca and Tirgu Mures. No intercultural mainstream policies have been established yet. However, an initiative by a minority group MPs started in March 2012 plans to set up a Roma high school where pupils would study the Roma culture and language in Bucharest.
In 2008 it was approved through the order of the Ministry 3774/2008 that "intercultural education" could be an optional class in secondary schools.
For more information, see our Intercultural Dialogue section.