8.3.2 Arts in schoolsArts education is one of the priorities of the National Programme for Culture and is defined as creative education and education for creativity. Special attention is placed on the cultural content in pre-elementary education (nursery, kindergarten), in school curricula and in the teaching programmes of cultural institutions. One of the main goals is to link cultural and educational sub-systems and to re-establish mechanisms for a systematic and organised network of both. To this aim, in 2006, the Minister of Culture and the Minister of Education announced that the school year of 2006/2007 was to be a Year of Culture. Kindergartens and schools on elementary and secondary level are invited to focus on cultural education and include special programmes of the cultural institutions to their regular activities. The Ministry of Culture established a special website, with data on all of the cultural programmes for children and young people. It also continued with the programme "Growing with the book", which means that every pupil in the seventh year of elementary school receives one literary book. The Ministry of Education dedicated its annual public tender Hidden Treasure to "culture and creativity" and announced special training and consultation for teachers and school principals. A cultural bazaar is planned also as an event where cultural organisations can meet the schools and inform them of their educational activities and programmes. In 2006, the cultural bazaar was devoted to the presentation of cultural public institutions. "Cultural days" continue as part of schools' extra-curricular programmes.