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National linguistic minorities: Bilingual basic education in Slovenia

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    Self-managing common interest associations are social organizations formed by all interested persons who, in accordance with the constitution and statute, agree on programmes, activities, a financing system and other conditions for action. These organizations, which take the place of governmental and administrative institutions and cover a wider field, have every means at their disposal for finding a positive solution to the problems they have to tackle.

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    The nationalper capita income in 1970 was US$498 in the Commune of Lendava and US$512 in that of Murska Sobota, while the average nationalper capita income of Slovenia in the same year was US$1,064.

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    In Yugoslavia, primary schooling lasts eight years, beginning with Grade 1 and finishing with Grade 8.

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Ulrih-Atena, E. National linguistic minorities: Bilingual basic education in Slovenia. Prospects 6, 430–438 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02220832

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  • Basic Education
  • Linguistic Minority