Bosnia and HerzegovinaAgency for Pre-Primary, Primary and Secondary Education
Agency for pre-primary, primary and secondary education
News and events
Agency for Pre- Primary, Primary and Secondary Education wishes you happy holidays and a successful New Year!read more
The Academy of Central European Schools (ACES) announced a new call for projects to be implemented in 2019 and 2020. This way, youth organizations from Germany and the countries of Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, as well as Israel,...read more
The meeting of the PIRLS 2021 Coordinators from the Western Balkans countries was held 13-14 December 2018 in Bratislava. The meeting was hosted by the International Association for Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA) with attendee such as Andrea Netten, IEA...read more
The Agency for Pre-Primary, Primary and Secondary Education is an independent administrative organization in the area of pre-primary, primary and secondary education, established at the level of the institutions of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Agency is responsible for setting up learning standards, evaluating learning achievements, developing common core curricula in pre-primary, primary and secondary education and further competent works concerning learning standards and evaluation of education quality as defined by special laws and other regulations.
Good quality of the pre-primary, primary and secondary education and lifelong learning and competitive education of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the international level.
To promote the quality of pre-primary, primary and secondary education and competitiveness of Bosnia and Herzegovina education systems at the international level through developing common core curricula, establishing learning standards, monitoring and evaluating learning achievements, developing adult education and lifelong learning, and participating in the development of the qualification framework.
The Agency cherishes and promotes the following values: credibility, professionalism, cooperation, partnership, openness, transparency, and lifelong learning.