Centre for Educational Policy Studies
University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education

  • National Award
    National Award National Award in the field of education to Dr. Slavko Gaber
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    New Issue of CEPS Journal A new issue of the CEPS Journal (Journal of the Centre for Educational Policy Studies) just published. All articles are available at our web page (open access).
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    Three new PhD Three new PhD at CEPS: Komljenovič, Alemu, Kos ….
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About CEPS

Centre for Educational Policy Studies is organisational unit of University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education.

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  • CEPS Journal University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Education
  • School Field Seminar Monthly thematic meetings
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CEPS Youtube Channel

In 2010 CEPS started to record lectures of invited experts. Recordings are available free of charge on CEPS Youtube Channel.

CEPS Youtube Channel

The Future of the School in Society without the Work

We kindly invite you to a spring School Field Seminar. This time the topic of the seminar will be The Future of the School in Society without the Work. The introductory lecture will be delivered by dr. Veronika Tasner and dr. Slavko Gaber.

Contemporary and future aspects of the Right to Education

We invite you to the February School Field Seminar where we are again going to meet distinguished foreign guest, prof. dr. Jan De Groof, from College of Europe (Brugge, Belgium) and University Tilburg (Netherlands).

Michael W. Apple: Can education change society?

December is the time for our last School Field Seminar. We kindly invite you to attend a public lecture delivered by prof. dr. Michael Apple (University of Wisconsin), whom we hosted already in June this year. This time he is coming to Ljubljana upon the invitation of Univesity of Ljubljana to receive its reward. 

The 50th anniversary of the Coleman's report

We invite you to the second School Field Seminar in this academic year. This time we want to mark the anniversary, which in the context of educational research and development of educational systems can’t be ignored: The 50th anniversary of the so-called Coleman's report. It is about a study (1966), whose primary purpose was to assess, in the context of the US, the problem of equal educational opportunities for children of different races, colors, religions and nationalities. The study strongly influenced educational research worldwide; its importance until today has not decreased, but only increased.

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