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Joint curricula for students from RS and Serbian schools


From September this year, elementary school students in the Republika Srpska (RS) entity and Serbia will attend school according to the same, harmonized, curricula and programs of the national group of subjects: Serbian language, History and Geography (Nature and Society in lower grades).

“We concluded that Serb people should learn the same language, geography and history regardless of where they live, because it is one and the same people, same history and the same language and it is only normal that elementary school curricula should be the same,” RS Education Minister Dane Malesevic said. “This caused some negative comments from certain political parties in Bosnia, especially from the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) entity, but I must say that Serb people have the right to learn its own science, which includes the national group of subjects.”

The RS Parliament hosted a thematic session, Monday, by the Education, Science, Culture and Information Board of the RS, in cooperation with the Education, Science, Technological Development and Information of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia, titled “Harmonization of curricula for national group of subjects in the schools of the RS and the Republic of Serbia.”



Source: N1



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