Curriculum reform expert team gets new chairpersons

Zadar University Rector Dijana Vican, and Assistant Professor Matko Gluncic at the Department of Physics of the Faculty of Science at the University of Zagreb have been appointed the new chairpersons of the national expert team to coordinate the curriculum reform, the Croatian Education and Science Ministry stated on Thursday.

Their appointment ensued after the former chairman Boris Jokic and his team tendered their resignations.

Jokic and his team recently stated that the integral curriculum reform could not be implemented for legislative and financial reasons, which was why they had to give it up.

Last update: Thu, 07/07/2016 - 23:19
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