NSi proposes extra Slovenian courses for foreign primary school students

Ljubljana, 19 October - The New Slovenia (NSi) has tabled amendments to the Primary School Act under which school-aged immigrant children would be required to undergo a test to determine their Slovenian proficiency. Children who do not pass the test would then have to enrol into a preparatory course to learn the language.

Children on their way to school.
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