Géza Sáska (1947–), sociologist and expert in the field of educational policy, a former member of democratic opposition and participant in the distribution of samizdat materials in the 1980s.
He started to train as a skilled worker. Later, he studied pedagogy and became a professor of pedagogical science. He began working at the National Pedagogical Institute in 1975, and dealt he with educational policy during the 1970s, 1980s.
He joined the democratic oppositional group, taking part primarily in the distribution of samizdat materials. In an interview, he remembers this time as a positive period when the measures taken by the authorities were no longer as dangerous as they had been.At the time of the fall of the socialist regime, he considered himself an independent expert. This period was full of the illusions of a new beginning for him. The first free election was an important experience for him. He worked at the municipal council of Budapest and dealt with national educational policy.
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- Huhák, Heléna
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