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COVID-19 damaged children’s education more than WWII, claims Czech minister

by A.P. Maláčová stated that she did not want to play down the suffering during the Second World War, but that children have lost a...

Schools will close again on Monday in Obalno-Kraška and Zasavje regions

By: P.T., STA The Ministry of Education has notified schools in Zasavje and Obalno-Kraška regions that schools and kindergartens will have to close once again...

Prime Minister Janez Janša at the meeting with educators: “Education is a priority, but we will not achieve anything if we open everything and...

By: Domen Mezeg “Education is a priority, but we will not achieve anything if we open everything and then close everything after a week or...

Slovenian premier Janez Janša and medical experts are not keen on prompt school reopening

By: P.T., STA PM Janez Janša and medical experts are not in favour of schools and kindergartens reopening soon, arguing the epidemiological situation has worsened...

Special needs schools in Slovenia might reopen 5 January

By: P.T., STA Schools and institutions for special needs children might reopen on 5 January, a day after coronavirus testing is organised for the staff,...

Remote schooling to continue at least until year’s end

By: J.S., STA School will continue remotely at least until the end of the year given the demanding epidemiological situation in a bid to protect...

Pikalo wants to talk about the “deterioration of democratic standards” in Slovenia, but he forgets that it was him who cheated the decision of...

By: Jernej Pikalo, former vice-Prime Minister and former Minister of Education, Science and Sport, posted an extremely manipulative tweet in which he tried to link...

School marking cut as hope for return to school in December

By: P.T., STA As schooling continues remotely, Education Minister Simona Kustec decreed merging what are now two school assessment periods into one, as a result...

Schools reopening priority, Janša says in televised interview

By: J.S., STA Prime Minister Janez Janša assessed the government opted for remote schooling too late into the second wave of coronavirus, but he also...

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Positive self-testing experience for COVID-19 in several European countries

By: UKOM Yesterday’s press conference on the current situation regarding COVID-19 was attended by Franc Vindišar, the State Secretary of the Ministry of Health, Marko...

Self-testing to begin at secondary schools on Friday

By: J.S., STA Voluntary self-testing of secondary school pupils for coronavirus will be launched on Friday, while year six to nine primary school pupils will...

Students petition against professor who sides with peaceful, conservative protesters

By: V4 Agency The professor says there were peaceful protesters amongst those who attended January's Capitol Hill riots, who simply wanted to highlight certain flaws...

Man kills his kids in act of revenge

By: V4 Agency After his wife left him, the husband - a man of Syrian descent - murdered his two children in revenge so they...