Share of Slovenians in Life-Long Learning Above EU Average But Declining
Ljubljana, 10 May - The share of Slovenians aged 25 to 64 included in lifelong learning programmes stood at around 12% last year, according to Statistics Office data, which is above the average in the EU. More worryingly, the percentage has been declining in recent years.
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