Country Reports

The country reports aim to facilitate researchers’ access to colleagues, journals, professional associations and current educational polices in the respective countries. They want to inspire further comparative research and cooperation.

Austria

Filzmaier, Peter. (2002). Civic Education in Austria

Filzmaier, Peter. (2002). Politische Bildung in Österreich

Sitte, Christian. (2002). Wirtschaftliche und politische Bildung in österreichischen Schulen 

Denmark

Hansen, Mogens.(2019). Social Studies in Denmark - A country report

Malich, Nadine. (2010). Die internationale Finanzkrise als Thema im dänischen Wirtschaft-/Politikunterricht

England

Abbott, Ian. (2003). Economic Education in England

Kerr, David. (2003). Citizenship Education in England: The Making of a New Subject

Estonia

Haav, Karel (2018). European Identity and Citizenship in Estonia: Analyses of Textbooks and Theoretical Developments 

Finland

Löfström, Jan. (2019). A Yhteiskuntaoppi: Social studies in Finland. A country report

France 

Busch et al. (2016). “Mobilising for the Values of the Republic”- France's Education Policy Response to the “Fragmented Society”: A Commented Press Review 

Chatel, Elisabeth. (2010). Economics as a Social Science in French lycées :A Programme Shaped by the Evolution of a School Discipline

Straub et al.(2019) Social science education in France – A fragmented educational landscape in transition

Germany

Blessing et al. (2012) Civics Courses in the German Democratic Republic (GDR): A Case Study in the History of Curriculum and Educational Research

JSSE. (2006). Deutsche Gesellschaft für ökonomische Bildung: Kompetenzen der ökonomischen Bildung für allgemein bildende Schulen

JSSE. (2006). Interdisziplinäre Arbeitsgruppe BHTW: Kerncurriculum Lernbereich Beruf – Haushalt – Technik – Wirtschaft (Arbeitslehre – Sekundarstufe I 2006).

Kenner, Steve. (2019).Politische Bildung. Citizenship Education in Germany from marginalization to new challenges

Liebsch, Katharina. (2003). Geschlechterperspektiven in der Fachdidaktik (Rezension)

Hungary

Dancs et al. (2020) Past and present of social science education in Hungary

Italy

Bombardelli et al. (2017). Country Reåort: Civic and Citizenship Education in Italy: Thousands of Fragmented Activities Looking for a Systematization

Losito, Bruno. (2003). Civic Education in Italy: Intended Curriculum and Students' Opportunity to Learn 

Lithuania

Zaleskene, Irena. (2012). Citizenship Education: Lithuanian Mapping 

Macedonia

Mickovska-Raleva, Ana. (2019). To What Extent do Civic Education Curricula and Textbooks Establish Foundations for Developing Active Citizens in theRepublic of Macedonia?

Trajkovski, Ilo. (2003). The Place and the Role of Civic Education in the Republic of Macedonia 

Nigeria

Oluniyi, Oyeleke. (2011). Citizenship Education and Curriculum Development in Nigeria 

Norway

Børhaug, Kjetil.(2010). Norwegian Civic Education – Beyond Formalism?

Solhaug et al. (2019). Social studies (Samfunnsfag) education in Norway – a country report

Poland

Kopinska, Violetta. (2019).Country Report: Civic and Citizenship Education in Polish School

Portugal

Menezes, Isabel. (2003). Civic Education in Portugal: Curricular Evolutions in Basic Education

Russia

Linchenko et al. (2019). Social science education in Russia: between civic responsibility and the reality of life

Slovenia

Šimenc, Marjan. (2003). Citizenship Education in Slovenia Between Past and Future

Spain

Naval et al. (2003). Civic Education in Spain: A Critical Review of Policy

Sánchez-Agustí et al.(2019). Citizenship education or civic education? A controversial issue in Spain