Bill: Education Reform Act (General Education Regulations & Policy)
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: September 4270
|An act to reform education|
Old value:: The government provides local governments with funding to operate higher educational institutions.
Current: The government provides local governments with funding to operate higher educational institutions.
Proposed: The government does not fund any public higher education institutions, permitting only private higher education institutions to exist.
Old value:: The government leaves the pre-school education policy to local governments.
Current: The government leaves the pre-school education policy to local governments.
Proposed: Pre-school education is private, but the government covers the schoolcosts of poor families.
Old value:: Selective schools are not allowed.
Current: Local governments decide policy regarding selective schools.
Proposed: Selective schools are allowed.
Old value:: Teachers are forbidden from striking children and may only use non-contact discipline (detention, expulsion etc).
Current: Discipline levels are set by local governments.
Proposed: Discipline levels are set by local governments.
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