Persistent Segregation of Roma in the Czech Education System

Persistent Segregation of Roma in the Czech Education System

Three years after the Czech education law amendments and one year after the D.H. decision, Romani children continue to be dramatically over-represented in practical primary schools that follow a special curriculum for mentally disabled pupils. Education law and policy at the central and local levels are not contributing to the desegregation of schools for the vast majority of Romani children in the Czech Republic. This report highlights the findings of a study implemented by the ERRC, in partnership with the Roma Education Fund and local organisations Life Together and Zvule Prava, in practical schools in the Czech regions.

Persistent Segregation of Roma in the Czech Education System – Report in English and Executive Summary in Czech

 

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