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    • Education law in India

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    • Education laws and guidelines in Japan

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    • School Establishment Acts

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    • Education treaties

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    • United Kingdom Education Acts

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    • United States education law

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    • Argentine Law 1420

    • The Law 1420 of General Common Education of Argentina was a landmark national law that dictated public compulsory, free and secular education. It was passed in 1884 during the administration of President Julio Argentino Roca, after a number of similar laws of provincial scope and the conclusions of the Pedagogical Cong ... Read »


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    • CNCD Decision 323/2006


    • Education Act 1872 (Victoria)

    • The Education act of 1872 removed state funding of non-government schools, and created a new Education Department to control government schools in what later became the State of Victoria. On 17 December 1872 the Act went through the Parliament. The Argus reported the next day on the close of the Parliamentary session: ... Read »


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    • Education Act 1877

    • Education Act 1877

      The Education Act 1877 established twelve regional Education Boards in New Zealand after the Provinces were abolished and the central government took control of education. ... Read »


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    • Grammar Schools Act 1860

    • The Grammar Schools Act 1860 was passed by Queensland's first parliament in 1860 and allowed for the establishment of a grammar school in any town where £1000 could be raised locally. Between the years 1863 and 1892, ten grammar schools were opened under the auspices of the Act. The first of these was Ipswich Gramma ... Read »


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    • Information held under Section 142 of the Education Act 2002

    • List 99 was for 80 years a controversial secret register of people barred from working with children by the Department of Education and Skills (DfES) In the United Kingdom. The list contained the names, aliases, dates of birth and national insurance numbers of those people deemed not suitable to work with children in s ... Read »


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    • Jules Ferry laws

    • The Jules Ferry Laws are a set of French Laws which established free education (1881), then mandatory and laic (secular) education (1882). Jules Ferry, a lawyer holding the office of Minister of Public Instruction in the 1880s, is widely credited for creating the modern Republican school (l'école républicaine). T ... Read »


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    • Laws requiring teaching of the Holocaust

    • A number of countries maintain laws requiring the presentation of information concerning actions of the government of Germany regarding Jews in its territory during the period of that government's control by the National Socialist (Nazi) German Worker's Party from 1933 to 1945, commonly referred to as the Holocaust. In ... Read »


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    • Leonard Law

    • Leonard Law

      The Leonard Law is a California law passed in 1992 and amended in 2006 that applies the First Amendment of the United States Constitution to private and public colleges, high schools, and universities. The law also applies Article I, Section 2 of the California Constitution to colleges and universities. California is t ... Read »


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    • Lowry Bill

    • The Lowry Bill, also known as the Lowry Act and the Lowry Normal School Bill, was a bill introduced in 1910 in the Ohio state legislature which called for the establishment of two state normal schools in northern Ohio, one in the northeast and one in the northwest. It was named after its main sponsor, John Hamilton Low ... Read »


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    • Myanmar National Education Law 2014

    • Myanmar National Education Law (Burmese: အမျိုးသားပညာရေး ဥပဒေ), enacted on 30 September 2014, is designed to reform the country’s outdated education system. Drafted in March 2014, the bill was passed after being sent bac ... Read »


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    • Raising of school leaving age in England and Wales

    • The raising of school leaving age (shortened to ROSLA) is the name given by the Government to refer to changes regarding the legal age a child is permitted to leave compulsory education, usually falling under an Education Act. In most countries, the school leaving age often reflects when young people are seen to be mat ... Read »


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    • School-leaving age

    • The school leaving age is the minimum age a person is legally allowed to cease attendance at an institute of compulsory secondary education. Most countries have their school leaving age set the same as their minimum full-time employment age, thus allowing smooth transition from education into employment, whilst a few h ... Read »


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