Teaching in multicultural schools: intercultural areas in Slovenian practices and challenges in teacher training
Ivana Čančar

Summary:  More than 1,000 pupils with immigration experience are included in Slovenian classrooms each year. Recently, the Slovenian education system has also been faced with immigrants who have refugee experience, and consequently this issue is becoming more challenging in terms of the pedagogic discussion. In this paper, we explore some of the areas and present examples of practices implemented in different Slovenian schools. At the end of the paper, we rethink the necessity of providing a systematic and non-dispersive training program for teachers, and whether to otherwise involve them in teacher education programs.

* Full article is only available in Slovenian language.
Journal of Contemporary Educational Studies is
published with support of Slovenian Research Agency.