Educational Facilities in Slovenia
No 2003/11, PEB Exchange, Programme on Educational Building from OECD Publishing
Since gaining independence in 1991, one of Slovenia's priorities has been to invest in education. The Ministry of Education, Science and Sport has been widely reforming its education system and investing its limited resources in the construction of buildings and their equipment for all levels of education. The government is working to overcome the problems it has encountered.
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