Recently, the decree dated March 11, 2022 was published in the Official Gazette 2022-117, “Determining the date of entry into force of the Collective Act OCW 2022 and some parts of Article II of the May 20, 2020 Act amending the various education laws by changing the eligibility system for financing new public and private schools So that there is more scope for a new educational offer (More Space for New Schools Act) (Law 2020, 160) as well as determining the time when it is temporary that the designation of a law for scientific programs will expire.”
The OCW 2022 Collective Act contains minor and low policy changes, particularly in the education and education legislation. In accordance with the government’s policy on fixed change dates, these changes will come into effect on August 1, 2022, with respect to provisions relating to basic education and MBO. Changes to laws other than education legislation also occur at fixed times of change as a result of government policy.
The following articles are important to school leaders from primary and secondary education.
More space for new schools.
Administrative harmonization of the Vocational Education Law (Official Gazette 2021, 548) and the Secondary Education Law 2020 (Official Gazette 2020, 379).
Support scheme for a post-primary physical education course in connection with the Second Covid-19 Emergency Collection Act. Secondary Education Law and Secondary Education Law 2020.
From April 1, 2022, the Financing Simplification Act will enter into force
Primary education (Stb.2021, 171) is valid.
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