Barle Lakota Andreja, BezenĹˇek Jana & Lavric Miran (2004). Equity in Education Thematic Review : Country Analytical Report - Slovenia. Paris : OCDE. En ligne : <http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/50/11/38692842.pdf>.
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Creators: Barle Lakota, BezenĹˇek, Flere, Lavric
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"The task of this report is somewhat greater than in most other cases, as we are dealing both with a recently independent state (established in 1991)1 and with the fact that the entire social system, including economic computations and including the educational system have been fundamentally changed during the observed period 1980-2002, primarily in the post-Independence period.
The notion of equity, as implicitly and explicitly understood in official documents, built into the nature of all social institutions, in everyday life, also has been radically transformed. One could say that the imposed illusory nature of presumed distributive equity in the prior system has been discarded in favour of one more in line with the idea of individual liberty and private initiative being an important component of equity, possibly hierarchically superior to distributive equality. On the other hand, it would be grossly mistaken to say that prior to 1991 there was no idea of equity and equity linked to education, or that there was no connection between the idea and practice in the latter respect. A word of caution is needed, as to the workings of the prior system, which was both difficult to comprehend and impossible to implement, but not without a meritocratic idea relevant to this issue."
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