The Government today finally approved a new Education Act, which would largely change the Czech educational system. The proposal will therefore be presented to Members, it can be assumed that Members suggest further changes and adjustments.
The Government yesterday finally approved a new Education Act, which would largely change the Czech education system. The proposal will therefore be presented to Members, it can be assumed that Members suggest further changes and adjustments.
The bill suggests that the Czech schools should start teaching a different way. They would no longer be a prescriptive curriculum instruction, but the framework curricula, which should prescribe the basic framework of knowledge and skills that students should acquire. Pupils should start learning in particular, how and where they can find the information. Individual facts should be given to the context, related subjects are taught in the related units and teachers should be able to decide themselves on how assessment. That is whether they deem appropriate assessment mark for the words or both.
The law also speaks of a new high school graduation, which since 2008 have had two parts: state and school, according to who will often determine the success criteria. The law was submitted to the government in January this year, but subsequently due to reservations Petr Mares, who did not like the overall concept of coherence and lack of education in lifelong learning will be withdrawn. Controversial points, which was mainly tuition fees in the last year of nursery school, senior vocational schools and other schools have a legal existence, the coalition leaders were resolved: free preschool to higher professional education will continue to pay the school and the existence of legal persons is allowed (ie. possibility of the existence of other legal schools).
Reservations about the law, they are mainly representatives of associations of school. They claim that interferes with the autonomy of schools.
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