Small graduation - day two: Today a test in mathematics

The second day of taking the final exam (small graduation) in 522 schools across Serbia is expected to start at 9:00 a.m.
Eighth-graders took a test in Serbian (mother tongue) yesterday, and according to the data of the Ministry of Education, 63.408 students took that test, which is 99.5 percent of the total number of applicants.

A small graduation exam starts with Serbian language test: These are main guidelines

A three-day final exam, a small graduation exam, has begun for more than 64.000 eighth grade students, and future high school students are taking the Serbian language test on the first day.
This year, due to reports of bombs, the number of schools where the test will be organized has been reduced to 522, from 1.260 as planned.

Education Ministry plans to amend the music schools act

Ljubljana – After equality ombudsman found music schools act discriminatory, the Education Ministry announced on Tuesday changes to the legislation on music schools. An analysis on the inclusiveness of music schools will also be conducted, focusing on the inclusion of children with special needs, to serve as a basis for the changes.

School holidays change again: Here's how next school year's curriculum will look like

According to the new school curriculum, instead of the autumn break, primary school students will have an extended weekend lasting three days, while high school students will have a winter vacation seven days shorter than elementary school students.

Results of university exams to be announced on July 20

Türkiye has held two-phase university exams over the weekend, with officials saying that the results will be announced on July 20.

Over 3 million students attended the first one on June 18 and some 2 million on June 19.

Local officials across the country took high security measures around the schools where the exams were sat.

Minister announces changes to digital inclusion act

Ljubljana – The Government Office for Digital Transformation is drawing up changes to the act on digital inclusion, which introduced digital vouchers for students and the elderly. Under the act adopted under the previous government, most money would go for digital equipment, while this government plans to allocate more money for digital literacy courses.