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Language Minority Education – priority target group? / Ana Blažević Simić.

By: Blažević Simić, Ana.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleDescription: 229-237.Other title: Language Minority Education – priority target group? [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 5.07 | minorities, minority policy, system of education, language minority education, educational programs hrv | minorities, minority policy, system of education, language minority education, educational programs engOnline resources: Click here to access online In: IAIE Zagreb 2013: Unity and disunity, connections and separations: intercultural education as a movement for promoting multiple identities, social inclusion and transformation (17.-21.09.2013. ; Zagreb, Hrvatska) Unity and Disunity, Connections and Separations: intercultural education as a movement for promoting multiple identities, social inclusion and transformation str. 229-237Bartulović, M. i sur.Summary: In the Croatian education system, national minorities are declaratively recognized as a priority target group and have been offered some specific educational programs which guarantee them the right to education in the language and script of national minorities. Yet the author considers this minority education policy and analyses its realization level based on several domestic and international recent research, legal framework and related international reports and recommendations, and consequently suggests possible solutions for the realization of a more efficient educational process both in the language and script of national minorities as in education in general.
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In the Croatian education system, national minorities are declaratively recognized as a priority target group and have been offered some specific educational programs which guarantee them the right to education in the language and script of national minorities. Yet the author considers this minority education policy and analyses its realization level based on several domestic and international recent research, legal framework and related international reports and recommendations, and consequently suggests possible solutions for the realization of a more efficient educational process both in the language and script of national minorities as in education in general.

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