In cooperation with the Education Support Program of Open Society Foundations (ESP/OSF), the Centre for education policy has been implementing, since September 2011, the project “Advancing teacher professionalism for inclusive, quality and relevant education” (ATEPIE).
Within this project and through regional dialogue and international cooperation, teachers have an opportunity to exchange experiences and share knowledge.
The main goal of the project is to formulate national qualification frameworks for teachers in Western Balkan countries which can act as guidelines for further changes of educational practices and the reform of educational system. Their elaboration entails engagement of decision makers in the field of education, teachers’ educators, researchers and teachers themselves. A special attention shall be given to the voice of parents and pupils, especially those from marginalized and vulnerable groups, in order to assure a truly inclusive and anti-discriminatory approach.
10 June 2013
The latest CEP publication Teaching Profession for the 21st Century was presented at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade on the 6th June, 2013. On this occasion, Gordana Miljevic, ATEPIE project manager and Jelena Vranješević, PhD, leader of Serbian project team, spoke about the book.
29 May 2013
The network meeting of the International Teacher Leadership project took place from 24th to 26th May, in Fruska Gora, Serbia. The meeting was organised by the Centre for Education Policy, Belgrade, in cooperation with University of Cambridge Faculty of Education.
19 April 2013
The Centre for Education Policy, Belgrade, in cooperation with University of Cambridge Faculty of Education, is pleased to announce the meeting of the International Teacher Leadership project team and the meeting and practice-sharing of teachers from Western Balkan Countries (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia) and England.
The event will take place on May 24-26 in Fruska Gora, Serbia. The meeting is open to all interested parties.