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Expects of Informing Students about Future Study

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  • Nina Harapin

    (Gimnazija Brezice, Slovenia)

  • Suzana Kosir

    (Gimnazija Brezice, Slovenia)

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    There is no doubt that education is very important which reinforces the tendency to start the process of education in the early years and extended into the third decade of someone’s life. Today, individuals even with higher education do not have a guarantee to get a job and this is why it is much more meaningful and important to talk about transitions of individuals from the primary to secondary school and later from high school to university. This change can be very stressful for young people and that is why it is important to place greater care on action and cooperation of various institutions in the provision of assistance to primary and secondary school students in their decision making when they are choosing the next school. However, it is necessary to consider whether such cooperation with the institutions is effective and how can it be made even more effective. Some secondary schools in addition of standard information days also offered students special days at their school, which are designed to introduce students to the various programs of the faculties. Through research, we prepared a model of effective cooperation between these institutions.

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    This chapter was published in: Nina Harapin & Suzana Kosir , , pages 759-765, 2012.
    This item is provided by International School for Social and Business Studies, Celje, Slovenia in its series Knowledge and Learning: Global Empowerment; Proceedings of the Management, Knowledge and Learning International Conference 2012 with number 759-765.
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