Untrue. Poland recognises anyone qualified in the UK as being qualified in Poland without fuss
That's only in theory, Delphi. The education ministry will endorse your qualifications and in theory you should work
in both public and private schools who might need your services. If you are coming to teach English it's normally the case but other
subjects it's totally different. Your qualifications might be recognised at ministry level but not many headteachers will employ you.
A dear friend who came over, and has UK qualifications, was told by many headteachers that for her to teach English they
needed her to have Polish qualifications as well. This is the case in most Podstawowy and Gimnazjum schools.
She was later employed by a Liceum school, for one year, and told by the headteacher that for her to get the best contract
with a better salary she needed to get a Polish qualification. She was also told to improve her Polish
as it is needed to communicate with the headteacher and staff- most who speak only Polish.
She is now training for the Polish qualification.