The government has recently discussed an amendment to the Education Act that would substantially modify the situation in areas such as the so-called „informal“ training, further changes should affect the functioning of grammar schools.
The government has recently discussed an amendment to the Education Act that would substantially modify the situation in areas such as the so-called „informal“ training, further changes should affect the functioning of grammar schools. The adoption of the law, according to Education Minister Petra Buzkova strengthen the autonomous status of schools and Director positions on them.
The new law would have to replace the currently valid standard, which since its adoption in 1984, underwent a series of larger and smaller sub-editing.
The amendment, however, already criticized as inadequate, she blamed it does not address the issue of lifelong learning, from primary schools will also hear dissenting voices. The standard imposed on them by primary schools of unnecessary paperwork and does nothing to solve the problem with the eight-year secondary schools, primary schools, which goes up to a quarter of gifted students.
"Past artwork has failed precisely because it contained a strong intervention in the existence of grammar schools. The proposal for the abolition of the law condemned in advance to failure ", to express things Buzkova. Ministry instead proposes several partial measures. Multi gymnasium will be divided into two stages, the transition from one to another will be accompanied by admission. This would have even primary school pupils to continue in the second grade school and vice versa – first grade school students would be able to report to other high school.
The law should be to the liking of the Ministry of Education has come into force from 1 September this year.
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