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News on schools and education policy in Slovakia

Brussels calls on Slovakia not to segregate Roma at schools

Despite adopting measures to eliminate segregation, the EC considers the steps insufficient.Compiled by Spectator staff, 14. Oct 2019, at 13:18

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Slovakia's highest-ranking EU officer returns home to join PS-Spolu

Vladimír Šucha will advise the parties on education.Compiled by Spectator staff, 10. Sep 2019, at 13:42

Vladimír Šucha, head of the EU's Joint Research Centre (JRC) leaves the Commission to fight extremism and to better education in Slovakia.

A rector hid a thesis of Ivetta Macejková

Macejková is one of the candidates running for the post of Supreme Court president.Compiled by Spectator staff, 5. Sep 2019, at 13:58

Ivetta Macejková

What changes does the new school year bring?

Schools opened doors for 660,000 pupils on September 2.Compiled by Spectator staff, 2. Sep 2019, at 13:55

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And the winner goes… into politics?!?

What would happen if math Olympic medalists used their bright minds to try to lead local and central state institutions?Anca Dragu, 13. Aug 2019, at 21:26

Four Prešov students shine in science around the world with outstanding projects.

Summer language school opens its doors to foreigners

As many as 160 foreigners from 35 countries want to learn the Slovak language at Comenius University.Compiled by Spectator staff, 6. Aug 2019, at 21:36

Foreigners attending the 55th year of the Slovak language summer school.

OpenLab teaching students unique IT skills as Slovakia faces industry shortfall

Top industry experts helping develop digital skills.Nina Hrabovská Francelová, 2. Aug 2019, at 9:34

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Comenius University high in the Shanghai ranking

The Bratislava-based university was listed among the 500 best schools in selected subjects.Compiled by Spectator staff, 8. Jul 2019, at 13:13

Comenius University in Bratislava

More than eight in ten teachers are women

Young teachers and textbooks are the biggest challenges to be tackled, OECD's study shows.Compiled by Spectator staff, 19. Jun 2019, at 21:45

The 2018 TALIS study shows young people are not interested in becoming teachers.

Educational path in Banská Štiavnica has a new look after 25 years

It should encourage more tourists to explore nature.Compiled by Spectator staff, 30. May 2019, at 13:02

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Primary vs. grammar schools: Which pupils scored better in testing?

Pupils are slightly better in maths than Slovak language, tests showed.Compiled by Spectator staff, 30. May 2019, at 12:53

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The High Tatras have new attraction

Gallery Kvantarium is a mixture of art and education.Compiled by Spectator staff, 14. May 2019, at 13:47

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Should English remain compulsory in Slovak schools?

Slovak pupils will be able to pick from several foreign languages, English will not be compulsory anymore. Some employers disagree.Radka Minarechová, 6. May 2019, at 6:30

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How would you decide about racial laws?

History workshops for students connect history and present.Nina Hrabovská Francelová, 24. Apr 2019, at 16:45

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Teachers come to schools dressed in black

The biggest teacher protest since 2016.28. Mar 2019, at 13:59

Teachers protest against current state in education by wearing black.
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Why should companies and NGOs help schools?

School graduates often do not meet the latest labour market requirements.Radka Minarechová, 19. Mar 2019, at 6:30

One of the trainings organised by Accenture.

EC: Slovakia lags in several fields

EC critical of regional differences, quality of public institutions, education, science and research.Compiled by Spectator staff, 28. Feb 2019, at 13:52

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Experts' high hopes for education minister have turned into disappointment

Scientists believed Martina Lubyová could save science in Slovakia as she had worked as a scientist prior to becoming the minister.Peter Kapitán11. Feb 2019, at 9:05

Education Minister Martina Lubyová

Schools should teach values that you can’t get from a computer

Teaching values and building character is a sensitive issue in post-Communist countries.Nina Hrabovská Francelová, 30. Jan 2019, at 17:03