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Volume 9: 2013 Edition

 

Contents:

Part I: General

  • Migrants and Educational Rights: a European Response; Iryna Ulasiuk
  • School as a Centre of Socialization – A Challenge for Education Policy and Law; Jüri Ginter, Mariann Kajak
  • How ‘Broad’ are the Schools in Russia? Meeting the Challenges of Fighting Poverty through Education;  Maria Smirnova
  • The right to education of children with an immigrant background in Slovenia; Andreja Hočevar and Klara Skubic Ermenc
  • Homeschooling in Austria: A Fundamental Right; Rainer Palmstorfer

 

Part II: Teachers

Country reports

  • The Legal Status of Austrian Teachers; Rainer Palmstorfer
  • The Legal Status of Teachers in the Netherlands; Pieter Huisman and Paul Zoontjens
  • Implementation of the Right to Education: General Education in Lithuania; Birutė Pranevičienė, Agnė Margevičiūtė
  • Reforming the Legal Status of Teachers in Albania; Edlira Haxhiymeri, Nikoleta Mita and Juliana Latifi
  • Status of Teachers in the Russian Federation; Alexander Vavilov and Artemiy Rozhkov
  • The Legal Status of Lithuanian Teachers; Edita Gruodyte, Ausrine Pasvenskiene

 

Answers to the Questionnaire

  • Questionnaire on Reforming the Legal Status of Teachers in Austria; Rainer Palmstorfer
  • Questionnaire on Reforming the Legal Status of Teachers in the Flemish Community of Belgium; Evelien Timbermont
  • Questionnaire on Reforming the Legal Status of Teachers in Albania; Edlira Haxhiymeri, Nikoleta Mita and Juliana Latifi
  • Reforming the Legal Status of Teachers in Poland; Urszula Markowska-Manista
  • Reforming the Legal Status of Teachers in Estonia; Jüri Ginter, Sille Uusna

 

Part III: Observations

  • How do Local Governments Work to Reduce the Negative Effects of Segregation?; Elisabeth Porath Sjöö
  • School Education in the Context of Seven Evolutionary Steps; Victor Ognevyuk
  • Fundraising for Scholarship for Disadvantaged Students at Israeli University – Personal Reflections; Suzanne Maoz

FILES OF THE 2013 IJELP