Bill: Education Reforms
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: April 4271
Proposal[?] to change Charter school policy (free, privately run, publicly funded schools).
Old value:: Only non-profit organizations may establish charter schools.
Current: Charter school funding, regulation, and development is left up to local governments.
Proposed: Charter schools are not allowed.
Old value:: The government allows private higher education but regulates it to meet nationally set standards.
Current: The government does not allow private higher education institutions.
Proposed: The government allows public and private higher education institutions to coexist with self-regulation for those that are private.
Old value:: The government maintains a system of free publically owned nurseries alongside heavily regulated private establishments.
Current: The government maintains a system of free publically owned nurseries alongside unregulated private establishments.
Proposed: The government maintains a system of free publically owned nurseries alongside unregulated private establishments.
Old value:: Only charter schools are given government funding.
Current: Private schools are given funding on a case-by-case basis.
Proposed: Private educational institutions receive no government funding whatsoever.
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