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Dr. Pavel ZGAGA Head and Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Ljubljana; Director, Centre for Educational Policy Studies, Ljubljana

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1988-1992 Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Ljubljana
1992 Associated Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Ljubljana
1992-1999 State Secretary, Ministry of Education and Sport of the Republic of Slovenia
1999-2000 Minister of Education and Sport of the Republic of Slovenia
2000-2001 Assoc. Prof., Head of the CEPS (ongoing), Faculty of Education, University of Ljubljana
2001-2004 Dean, Faculty of Education, University of Ljubljana
since 2004 Full Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Ljubljana

Memberships

President of the Slovenian Educational Research Association (SLODRE)
Member of the Council of the European Educational Research Association (EERA)
Co-founder and member of the Teacher Education Policy in Europe Betwork (TEPE)
Member of the Jury for the for the UNESCO-Hamdan Bin Rashid Al-Maktoum Prize For Outstanding Practice and Performance In Enhancing the Effectiveness of Teachers
Member of the Consortium of Higher Education Researchers (CHER)

Publications

The importance of education in social reconstruction, Six years of the Enhanced Graz Process: developments, current status and future prospects of education in South-east Europe, CEPS and Kultur-Kontakt Austria, Ljubljana and Vienna, 2005
Looking out: the Bologna process in a global setting, On the "External dimension" of the Bologna process, Ministry of Education and Research, Oslo, 2006
Higher Education in Transition, Reconsideration on Higher Education in Europe at the turn of Millennium, University of Umeå, Umeå, 2007
Zgaga, P., Teichler U., Brennan J. (eds.): The globalization challenge for European Higher Education, Convergence and Diversity, Centres and Peripheries, Peter Lang, Frankfurt, 2013

Awards

Slovenian national prize for research in education, 2006
The Golden Plaque of the University of Ljubljana, 2006
Honorary doctorate from University of Umeå, Sweden, 2007