Result 2: All students should enroll in secondary schools immediately after the completion of primary education and they should complete their secondary education:
а. General measures Expansion and restructuring of the network of secondary schools in a way that will bring it closer to the needs of the students at local level. This will provide students with greater opportunities to choose a secondary school closer to their home.
Based on an estimate of the growth of the number of students and the needs of the labor market, the local self-government should expand the network of schools.
New vocations and profiles should be introduced in secondary vocational schools based on the needs of the employers and the demands of the labor market.
Provision of mechanisms for monitoring the number children that graduated from primary education and how many of them went on to secondary education, in continuous cooperation with the local self-government. The situation can be monitored with the assistance from the State Education Inspectorate and using the data from the electronic journals.
Provide compatibility between the teaching curricula from different secondary school in order to facilitate horizontal transferability of the students.
Adaptation of the infrastructure of regular secondary schools to the needs of students with physical disabilities, including internal interventions and not only access ramps.
Expansion of the number of vocations offered in the special secondary schools for children with developmental impediments, in addition to the existing ones for students with challenged vision and hearing.
Provision of employment privileges to children with developmental impediments after they graduate from secondary education, and development of projects that would foster opportunities to increase the skill level of these children.
Awarding monetary assistance to socially vulnerable families if they fulfill certain criteria related to the education of their children (conditional cash transfers).
Provision of scholarships for secondary school students coming from vulnerable families.
Provision of additional financial and staffing benefits to secondary schools with significant number of Roma students, in the form of free textbooks, free transport and providing accommodation in dormitories.
Introduction of mandatory extracurricular activities throughout the school year for all students that have difficulties mastering the teaching material.
Involvement of the nongovernmental sector and coordination of their activities aimed at providing greater incentives to the Roma, Albanian and Turk parents to educate their female children, and provision of counseling and training of the parents (by printing brochures).
Application of the Manual for Nondiscrimination in the Education System of the Republic of Macedonia.