In proposing a new education law will deal with government Added:13.2. 2004
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In proposing a new education law will deal with government

Deputy Prime Minister Petr Mares and Minister of Education Petra Buzkova completed negotiations on a new Education Act. As expected, there was no consensus on all points, the question of tuition fees in higher vocational schools and kindergartens last year resolved to lead a coalition government.

Deputy Prime Minister Petr Mares and Minister of Education Petra Buzkova completed negotiations on a new Education Act. As expected, there was no consensus on all points, the question of tuition fees in higher vocational schools and kindergartens last year resolved to lead a coalition government.

However, we can say that Mares Buzkova retreated to some extent, and thus opened the way for reform of the Czech education system, which requires a change in the Czech education system lagging. The current rigid curriculum should be replaced by a more flexible framework educational programs, the new law also provides for the duty of the state graduation each graduate high school.

Critics Buzkova proposal would highlight its inadequacy in the context of European educational reforms, President of the Association of Primary Schools, Karel Barta called the law as well as his socialist predecessor. Deputy Prime Minister objected to the competencies of the Ministry of Education, which enshrines the new law, and moved part of their powers to the regions. You will therefore be able to comment on the national curriculum, to decide opening fields of study and number of pupils in schools.




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