Bosnia and HerzegovinaAgency for Pre-Primary, Primary and Secondary Education
Agency for pre-primary, primary and secondary education
News and events
The first regional meeting for Active Learning Trainers (AUN program), organized by the Educational Forum from Belgrade, was held in Zlatibor, 5 -7 October 2018. The event was attended by over 80 trainers from the AUN program from Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and...read more
The fifth meeting of the working group on methodological training of experts for the implementation of the Common Core Curricula Defined on Learning Outcomes into the existing curricula was held in Mostar on September 25-26, 2018. The working group worked on the...read more
A regular annual meeting of the EAAL Program Coordinators, the Implementation of the EU Adult Education Program, was held in Brussels on 19 September 2018 along with a joint meeting of the EAAL and ET 2020 Adult Education Coordinators on 18 September 2018. The role of...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.