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23 August 2018 | 13:49
Students will have fewer homework. Details at "Who's Coming to Us?"
Natalia Grâu, principal consultant of the General Education Directorate of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research, is coming to the talk show “Who is Coming to Us?” to tell us about a new education reform that involves fewer homework. What changes will have students and teachers in this respect are today, starting at 18:05, on the talk show "Who's Coming to Us?".
How to protect yourself from measles virus and how to react at the first symptoms, from Aliona Serbulenco, State Secretary of the Ministry of Health and Social Protection. The official at the Ministry comes up with useful recommendations and information about measles.

This summer, performer Ala Zasmenco has worked hard on a new song, which we will hear today at "Who's Coming to Us?".

At the end of the edition, Marina Filipovici comes to play with songs of soul and tell us how she spent the summer.

The talk show "Who's Coming to Us?" can be watched on Thursday, August 23, at 18:05, live on Moldova 1 or on-line on TRM.MD.
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