Recently Advised ostentativního ban wearing religious symbols in public schools yesterday overwhelmingly approved the French Parliament's lower house National Assembly.
Recently Advised ostentativního ban wearing religious symbols in public schools yesterday overwhelmingly approved the French Parliament's lower house National Assembly. If senators approve law, will apply from September. Strong protests yet hear of all the religious circles also among students themselves. They point to interference with civil rights and liberties.
The Slovak government approved the final form of amendment to the Education Act, which allows for the introduction of tuition fees for students at five to thirty percent of the cost (3 – 30 000 crowns). Approval of the Act will depend on the decisions of several independent deputies, the opposition advised refusal. Tuition students should apply by September 2005.
The issue of tuition fees are like their fellow Slovak and Czech government returns. Both reforms are inspired by the British model of Tony Blair. He is using a system of scholarships and loans for socially weaker students, allowing study of all who it is. It was Tony Blair in the coming days in government and parliament Popery further increase in tuition fees.
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