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Šolska reforma in normalizacija zasebnega šolstva v Sloveniji
ID Šimenc, Marjan (Author)

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Abstract
Članek obravnava dolgoročne učinke urejanja položaja zasebnega šol-stva v šolski reformi iz leta 1996 in »trajnost« načelnih izhodišč, iz kate-rih se je izhajalo. Prikaže načelna izhodišča uvajanja zasebnega šolstva, cilje sprememb, kot so opredeljeni v Beli knjigi leta 1995, in zakonsko ureditev, ki je bila vpeljana na osnovi načelnih izhodišč. Spremlja »ži-vljenje« zakonskih rešitev in zgodovino (poskusov) sprememb zakono-daje. Zakonodajo se najprej poskuša spremeniti v parlamentu, potem pa se politika spreminjanja nadaljuje na ustavnem sodišču. Članek opisuje tudi »učinkovanje« zakonodajnih rešitev: kako se oblikuje sektor zaseb-nih šol in kak odnos se razvije med javnim in zasebnim šolstvom. V drugem delu članek obravnava nekatere globalne procese na področju edukacije in na tej osnovi ocenjuje »trajnostnost« ciljev, iz katerih je re-forma izhajala. Teza članka je, da je glavni dosežek reforme normaliza-cija zasebnega šolstva v Sloveniji.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:šolska reforma
Work type:Article (dk_c)
Typology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Year:2021
Publisher:University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education
Number of pages:125-143
Numbering:11
ISSN:1855-9719
COBISS.SI-ID:68049923 This link opens in a new window
Publication date in RUL:16.08.2021
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Education reform and the normalisation of private education in Slovenia
Abstract:
This article examines the long-term effects of the regulation of private education adopted in the course of the education reform in 1996 and the sustainability of the guiding principles that served as the starting point for this regulation. It reviews the guiding principles of the intro-duction of private education, the goals of the reform laid down in the White Paper in 1995 and the regulations introduced on the basis of these tenets. It follows up on the ‘life’ of the legal solutions and the history of (attempted) amendments of the legislation, which generally start in the Slovenian Parliament and then proceed all the way to the Constitutional Court. The article also examines the effects of the adopted regulation: how the private education sector has established itself and what kind of relationship it has developed vis-a-vis public education. The second part of the article explores certain developments in the field of education in Slovenia and on the global scale, using them as the basis for assessing the sustainability of the goals that guided the education reform. The thesis proposed by the article is that it is the normalisation of private education in Slovenia should be considered the main achievement of the education reform.

Keywords:education reform

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