New legislation to monitor private and international schools

sri-lanka-learnium-schoolThe Government is to introduce new legislation to monitor private and international schools in the country.

Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake said that the new legislation was required to ensure quality education at private schools.

Last year the Government had taken a policy decision that international and private schools functioning in Sri Lanka facilitating general education (between 5-18 years of age) following local and foreign curricula should be monitored by the Ministry of Education.

Speaking in Parliament while presenting the 2017 budget today, the Finance Minister said that the Ministry of Policy Planning and Economics Affairs will monitor the operations of private schools under the proposed new legislation. (Colombo Gazette)

1 COMMENT

  1. Please check private schools..there is education level is zero.careless teacher and stupid, careless management. They just want money. how much they want they increase the fee.specially if you late to pay fee they can mentally torture students and they start blackmailing to parents. today this thing happened with my son.thank for your monitoring operations.??????????????never happen.

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