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Originally, the communist regime lowered compulsory education to 4 years, but with a strong enforcement.Next they increased it gradually to 7, 8 and ultimately 10 years.Kindergarten typically lasts for 3 forms – "small group" (grupa mică) for children aged 3–4, "middle group" (grupa mijlocie), for children aged 4–5, and "big group" (grupa mare) for children aged 5–6.The "preparatory school year" (clasa pregătitoare) is for children aged 6–7, and since it became compulsory in 2012, it usually takes place at school.Schooling is compulsory until the tenth grade (which corresponds with the age of sixteen or seventeen).The school educational cycle ends in the twelfth grade, when students graduate the baccalaureate.The original form of the law, which would have moved the 9th grade to middle school, was never implemented.

Despite this, the law was not enforced, and mass illiteracy persisted well into the 20th century: in the 1930s, 43% of adults were illiterate.During the communist era, it was influenced by the Soviet education system (especially in the 1950s), and it included political propaganda, as well as hours of compulsory physical work by school children (usually in agriculture).Throughout the 20th century, compulsory education has oscillated between 4 years, 7 years, again 4 years, 7 years, 8 years, 10 years, and again 8 years.After the 1989 revolution, compulsory education was lowered again to 8 years.The new government cited as reasons the poor quality of education, high strain on the state budget, and inflation of diplomas.

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