Education Act proceed to third reading Added:25.6. 2004
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Education Act proceed to third reading

Stále je však mnoho otazníků

The new draft education law passed in the House in third reading, then the final approval stage. Yet there still remains many uncertainties and questions remain – such as mandatory school-leaving certificate in mathematics at high schools, home schooling or tuition fees in higher vocational schools. Members would have had to decide in coming days.

The new draft education law passed in the House in third reading, then the final approval stage. Yet there still remains many uncertainties and questions remain – such as mandatory school-leaving certificate in mathematics at high schools, home schooling or tuition fees in higher vocational schools. Members would have had to decide in coming days.

Nevertheless, there are ambiguities in the bill, which is still to act, its nature is not changed. It is expected that schools will disappear from the prescriptive curriculum, pupils will learn how and where to get information. Educational programs designed to identify the basic framework of knowledge and skills that students should acquire. The Act has introduced a new high school graduation. The counts from 2008 with two parts – the state and school.

Shadow education minister Walter Bartos again strongly criticized the draft. According to him, the Czech law school does not help, but hurt. Petra Buzkova, the current Minister of Education, but rejected his criticism, with the worsening situation there, rather the opposite.

The debate on this law also came a number of amendments. These related to such compulsory GCSE in mathematics. According to Tatiana Fischer would disadvantage students humanities oriented schools. Further extensions to allow graduation (after passing the entrance exams) and two-year apprenticeship students, not just three years. Michael Šojdrová proposed return to the passage of the Act, which requires students to ensure the reputation of the school. Without it, She said teachers will only be able to observe without authority to intervene, as the students should be kept next to the school. She said the case of three students, who kicked a classmate, but because it happened outside school, could not be punished behavior of reduced mark.

Source: www.ihned.cz, ČTK




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