When a Czech school failed its preparatory class
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A Czech school has been told to prepare for its second year of failing preparatory classes.
Ars Technic reports that the Ministry of Education announced the new rules on Tuesday.
“We are going to take into consideration all the relevant information, and if a pupil has a problem with the way the course is being taught, we are going see if it can be resolved,” the ministry said.
Ars reports that parents can appeal to the school to change course or to withdraw from the course.
The ministry’s new rules say teachers can only be suspended if the teacher has been found guilty of misconduct.
Ars says it is unlikely that this would apply to other countries, since they have similar rules.
The government has also said it will give schools extra funds for the first year of failure, so that they can get to the second year in a timely manner.
The new rules are in place until 2019.
The Czech government has already said that the state of the education system is a “critical issue” that needs to be addressed.
A Czech school has been told to prepare for its second year of failing preparatory classes.Ars Technic reports that the…