ATEPIE project successfully finished

01 October 2013

We are pleased to inform you that the project Advancing Teacher Professionalism for Inclusive, Quality and Relevant Education - ATEPIE is successfully finished.

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How inclusive is our school? A handbook for self-evaluation and external evaluation

27 September 2013

The handbook for self-evaluation and external evaluation of school inclusiveness "How inclusive is our school?" is a result of the project "Monitoring of inclusive education," which was conducted by the Centre for Education Policy in cooperation with...

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The CONGRAD Graduate Survey is now closed!

07 August 2013

The CONGRAD Graduate Survey has been closed. About 14.000 respondents participated in the initial graduate survey in Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia & Herzegovina. We would like to thank all persons who completed the online questionnaire. First results will be available in Spring 2014.
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Educational Inclusion of Roma Children: report on the monitoring of primary education

15 July 2013

Centre for Education Policy has recently published the study entitled “Educational Inclusion of Roma Children: report on the monitoring of primary education.” This study represents one of the results of research realised in the framework of the project "Monitoring of Inclusive Education"...

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Reports on Western Balkans higher education and research systems now available

30 April 2013

As one of the partners in the project European Integration of Higher Education and Research in the Western Balkans, Centre for Education Policy has contributed to the preparation of the series of reports entitled “Overview of Higher Education and Research Systems in the Western Balkans” which are now available on the project website (Country Reports).

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Announcement of the upcoming ITL meeting

19 April 2013

Centre for Education Policy, in cooperation with University of Cambridge Faculty of Education, is pleased to announce the meeting of the International Teacher Leadership (ITL) project team and the meeting and practice-sharing of teachers from Western Balkan Countries (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia) and England.

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Teaching Profession for the 21st Century - Final event of the ATEPIE project

14 April 2013

The final conference of the project Advancing teacher professionalism for inclusive, quality and relevant education - ATEPIE was held on the 2nd April in Sarajevo. The conference aimed to contribute to the strengthening of the professional role of teachers in the Western Balkans by initiating dialogue on the newly developed Framework of Teacher Competences...

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EUROSTUDENT Survey for the first time in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia

16 March 2013

In spring 2014, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia will participate in the international EUROSTUDENT Survey  for the first time. Centre for Education Policy will be coordinating and implementing the surveys, together with the ministries, universities and student representatives from the region, within the framework of the regional...

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The first graduate survey in the Western Balkans

04 March 2013

This year, as part of the project “Conducting graduate surveys and improving alumni services for enhanced strategic managements and quality improvement” (CONGRAD), a number of higher education institutions from Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro will embark on a joint venture to conduct a graduate survey, with the support of Centre for Education Policy as part of the project's Analytical Unit. This will be the first time for a HEI in the Western Balkan region to conduct a systematised survey on its graduates.

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25th CHER conference – Enlarging the Map of Higher Education Research in Europe

09 October 2012

The 25th annual conference of the Consortium for Higher Education Researchers (CHER) took place in Belgrade, on 10, 11 and 12 September 2012 and it was jointly organised by the Centre for Education Policy and the Centre for Education Policy Studies of the University of Ljubljana. This year’s CHER conference...

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