Draft ‘education law’ on websiteNew Age Online
The draft of the first-ever Education Act-2013 has been posted on the Education Ministry’s website Wednesday, inviting opinions and recommendations from the members of public.
A ministry press release said the draft act was posted on the web in order to enrich the proposed law.
Anyone can navigate the net and look for www.moedu.gov.bd and send his or her opinion, recommendation and advices till August 25. The opinions should be e-mailed to the following addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
The draft act says any educational institutions, irrespective of its language and nature that belong to ‘pre-primary’, ‘primary’ and ‘secondary’ levels must take approval from the government and get registered. There are provisions of penalties those who will breach the law.
After almost two and a half years, a sub-committee formed by the Education Ministry to formulate the Education Act, has finalised the draft.
The body was formed in line with recommendations by the National Education Policy 2010, which said a law is needed for proper implementation of the policy.
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