11th August 2015

Economic Policy: Romea.cz/CTK: Czech Education Ministry says inclusion will cost more than one billion crowns per year


The recently approved amendment to the Schools Act that is meant to improve conditions for including disadvantaged children in mainstream schools could mean additional demands on the state budget in excess of one billion crowns in 2017 and 1.5 billion in 2018, according to Czech Education Ministry estimates. The ministry has now published online its Action Plan for Inclusive Education for 2016-2018...The main outcome of a special needs diagnosis will be the designation of support measures to aid the education of these children in the mainstream...Read more.

Strategic documents and plans of the Czech Ministry for Education until 2020 (in Czech) are available here.

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