Top Court Wants Full Public Funding of Private Primary Schools With State Curricula

Ljubljana, 6 January - The Constitutional Court has found provisions of the education act envisaging 85% public funding of private primary schools teaching state-approved curricula as unconstitutional, so it ordered the legislator to enact full financing of such schools within a year.

The Alojzij Šuštar Primary School, the first Catholic primary school in Slovenia.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

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