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The school system

The Slovenian school system has seen a number of changes in recent years which are intended to ensure that as many people as possible realise their right to education, thus achieving a higher educational level. The framework has been established (9-year basic education, higher vocational education), and the basic premises are known; however, the programme of reform continues in terms of implementation at the levels of secondary and higher vocational education (the introduction of the credit system, connecting subjects, integration of theory and practice, open curriculum).


The education system in Slovenia is almost fully financed from the state budget; a small share of the finance is also contributed by local authorities. Public expenditure on education includes expenditure on basic compulsory, secondary and tertiary institutions, as well as the running costs of pre-school education, post-graduate studies and expenditures related to boarding at some secondary schools and in university students' accommodation. Included are both state schools and accredited private schools and, to the extent determined by law, also other private schools.

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