Bill: The Alorian Freeminded Educational Act Part 1
Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: June 2461
|This bill will help expand liberty in Alorian schools while also keeping them free of charge.|
Old value:: Education is compulsory, but home schooling is permitted.
Current: Education is compulsory, but home schooling is permitted.
Proposed: Education is entirely voluntary.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||04:13:19, September 25, 2007 CET||From||Industrialist Party of Aloria||To||Debating the The Alorian Freeminded Educational Act Part 1|
|Message||We believe that it only right to make education free, but noncompulsory. It only seems right that the last form of involuntary servitude in Aloria be abolished. Please let parent's choose their children's education and them only.|
|Date||08:35:04, September 25, 2007 CET||From||Social Liberalism Party||To||Debating the The Alorian Freeminded Educational Act Part 1|
|Message||Parents CAN choose their children's education, it's called home schooling.|
|Date||15:23:19, September 25, 2007 CET||From||Democratic Rationalists (PrCoa)||To||Debating the The Alorian Freeminded Educational Act Part 1|
|Message||1) There's no servitude here. It isn't like schools are using child labor to make birkenstocks. Schools are educating them.|
2) Parents already can choose to home school their children.
3) Education is a human right. Unfortunately, not all parents are willing to ensure their children get an education. So the state properly intervenes to ensure that the right of all children to a proper education is protected.
|Date||02:08:00, September 26, 2007 CET||From||Industrialist Party of Aloria||To||Debating the The Alorian Freeminded Educational Act Part 1|
|Message||You have no right to criticize the parenting choices of an adult. This infringes on freedom.|
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