- In the Czech Republic 30% of Roma children still attend schools for children with mild mental disabilities, compared with 2% of non-Roma children.
- Many reports warn of discrimination against Roma and Sinti people, both in their access to education and in the schools they attend.
- According to the European Commission, “Member States should ensure that all Roma children, whether settled or not, have access to quality education and are not subjected to discrimination or segregation.”
- “Political and Legislative Framework for the Education of Roma Children. Reference Texts and Support Systems” – Council of Europe. (Quadro legislativo, Organizzazioni internazionali, analisi delle politiche degli Stati membri del Consiglio d’Europa)
- “Measures to promote the situation of Roma EU citizens in the European Union” – 2011 - European Parliament
- “Roma and Travelers in Public Education” – 2006 – European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia (EUMC). (An overview of the situation in the EU Member States)
- “The situation of Roma in 11 EU Member States. Survey results at a glance” – 2012 - European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)
- Fényes C., McDonald C., Mészáros A. (a cura di), “The Roma Education Resource Book”, Open Society Institute – Institute for Educational Policy, Budapest, 1999.
- Szalai J. (a cura di), “Contested Issues Of Social Inclusion Through Education In Multiethnic Communities Across Europe”, 2011
- “Contested issues of social inclusion through education in multiethnic communities across Europe” – 2011 – Roma Education Fund (Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Sweden, United Kingdom).
- Open Society Institute, 2009, “10 Goals for Improving Access to Education for Roma” – 2009 (Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, and Slovakia).
- “Breaking the cycle of exclusion. Roma children in South East Europe” – 2007 - Unicef (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, FYR Macedonia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia and Romania).
- “Segregation of Roma children in Education. Addressing Structural Discrimination through the Race Equality Directive” – by Lilla Farkas – 2007 – European Commission.
- “Denied a future? The right to education of Roma/Gypsy and Traveller children in Europe” – Save the Children, 2001, London.
- “Roma in Public Education” – 2004 – Raxen (Germany).
- “La non-scolarisation en France des enfants roms” – RomEurope, Fondation Abbé Pierre (France).