Barle Lakota Andreja & Gajgar Mateja (2001). The development of education : National report of the Republic of Slovenia. GenĂ¨ve : International Bureau of Education (Unesco), p. 1–115. En ligne : <http://www.ibe.unesco.o ... ICE/natrap/Slovenia.pdf>.
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BibTeX citation key: BarleLakota2001a
Keywords: SlovĂ©nie, systĂ¨me Ă©ducatif
Creators: Barle Lakota, Gajgar
Publisher: International Bureau of Education (Unesco) (GenĂ¨ve)
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"The Republic of Slovenia is a parliamentary democracy implementing the rule of law. It is a social state. The official language is Slovenian. In bilingual areas, that is in municipalities with the Italian and Hungarian ethnic minorities, Italian and Hungarian, respectively, are also official languages.
The State is separated from the Church. The Slovenian Constitution guarantees free education to Slovenian nationals. Basic education is mandatory and funded from budgetary resources. The State is required to enable its citizens to obtain appropriate education. State universities and professional colleges are autonomous. Members
of ethnic minorities have the right to receive and promote instruction in their mother tongue.
Romanies are likewise granted special educational rights.
Slovenia has signed the UN Convention on the Rights of Children, the European Cultural Convention, and the Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications Related to Higher Education (called the Lisbon Convention). In the framework of the Council of Europe, Slovenia signed a
partial agreement and became a member of the European Centre for Modern Languages in Graz in Austria. Actually, over 30 bilateral agreements and more than 20 programmes and some protocols on cooperation in education, culture and science have been signed. "[...]
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