Learning To Change: The Experience Of Transforming Education In South East Europe

Learning To Change: The Experience Of Transforming Education In South East Europe

By: Terrice Bassler (editor)Paperback

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Terrice Bassler oversees education programs throughout South-East Europe for the Open Society Institute and Soros Foundations Network. She is also a visiting fellow at the Institute of Education in London.


Map of South East Europe; Preface; About the Authors; Acknowledgments; Introduction Simin Han, Medina Korda, Bosnia and Herzegovina To Change or Not to Change, Alexandru Crisan, Romania Debate Was the Question Mark, School Was the Full Stop, Tomislav Re'kovac, Croatia Out of the Tunnel: Romani School Desegregation, Petya Kabakchieva, Bulgaria Hard Waking Up, Bo ena Jelu'iae, Montenegro Everybody's School , Bardhyl Musai, Albania From Eoeek to Brahms and Back, Refika Mustafiae, Serbia Halim a Thousand Times: "Make a School like a Home", Lindita Tahiri and Dukagjin Pupovci, Kosova No Need to Hurry Up?, Petya Kabakchieva, Bulgaria Rites of Passage: Reforming the Matura Exam, Ivan Loreneie, Slovenia Shadows of the War: A Teacher in Serbia, Vigor Majiae, Serbia Closer to the Ground, Terrice Bassler The South East Europe Context: Country Context Data; Chronologies and Milestones of Education: 1990-2004; For Further Reference

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  • ISBN13: 9789637326202
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 240
  • ID: 9789637326202
  • ISBN10: 9637326200

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