Panel Asks Why More Private Schools Given Falling Birthrate
Ljubljana, 23 March - The contradicting views of experts on one side and policy makers on the other were apparent at Friday's panel on private education in Slovenia held in the National Council. While private schools seem an obvious choice for some, many raised the question whether establishing many new private schools made sense considering the decreasing numbers of pupils.
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