Joint European Union /Council of Europe Project

Regional Support for Inclusive Education in South East Europe

Interview with Nexhmedin Rexhepi math teacher, primary school Daut Bogujevci

I have worked as a math teacher for more than 20 years. I have not been directly involved with inclusive education, just in normal education. However in every class we have children with special needs, including those medically recognised as such and others those who are “hidden” and who are not...

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Results of the Baseline survey

The results of the Baseline survey carried out in our 49 pilot schools, in partnership with the...


The goal of the meetings was to present project activities conducted in the previous period,...

Study visit brings best inclusion practice

‘Schools should adjust to children and not children to schools'. This is the clear message from the EU member states, according to participants from South East Europe speaking about their first study trip to the Grand Region. "This study trip brought knowledge, and knowledge makes us understand the world", said Azra Kardović, from the Montenegrin Primary school "Mustafa Pećanin" in Rožaje.

"An inclusive school is a school where:
every child is welcome,
every parent is involved,
every teacher is valued."

Joint EU/CoE Project “Promoting Human Rights and Minority Protection in South East Europe”

upcoming events

  • 1st meeting of the PolicyNet working group on primary education, Podgorica, Montenegro 23 September 2014
  • 1st meeting and study visit of the PolicyNet working group on general secondary education, Slovenia, 06-11 October 2014

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