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  1. Brésil - Education, orientation et formation professionnelles - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Decreto núm. 9301, de 6 de marzo de 2018, que promulga el Acuerdo entre el Gobierno de la República Federativa del Brasil y el Gobierno del Reino de Camboya en el ámbito de la educación, firmado en Brasilia el 2 de mayo de 2011 (DECRETO Nº 9.301, DE 6 DE MARÇO DE 2018, que promulga o Acordo entre o Governo da República Federativa do Brasil e o Governo do Reino do Camboja no Campo da Educação, firmado em Brasília, em 2 de maio de 2011) - Presidência da República

    Adoption: 2018-03-06 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2018-03-07 | BRA-2018-R-109682

    El decreto en cuestión promulga el Acuerdo entre el Gobierno de la República Federativa del Brasil y el Gobierno del Reino de Camboya en el ámbito de la educación, firmado en Brasilia el 2 de mayo de 2011, encaminado a fomentar la cooperación educativa y entre las universidades, la formación y el perfeccionamiento de profesores e investigadores, el intercambio de información y experiencias y la cooperación entre los equipos de investigadores.

  2. France - Education, orientation et formation professionnelles - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Arrêté n° 912 CM du 14 juin 2019 relatif aux nouvelles règles d'organisation et de fonctionnement du Centre de formation professionnelle pour adultes (CFPA). - Arrêté

    Adoption: 2019-06-14 | FRA-2019-R-109756

  3. Zimbabwe - Education, orientation et formation professionnelles - Loi

    Education Amendment Act, 2019 (Act 15-2019). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2020-03-06 | ZWE-2020-L-109608

    To amend the Education Act [Chapter 25:04]; and to provide for matters connected with or incidental the foregoing.

    “WHEREAS section 75 of the Constitution provides as follows:
    75 Right to education
    (1) Every citizen and permanent resident of Zimbabwe has a right to—
    (a) a basic State-funded education, including adult basic education; and
    (b) further education, which the State, through reasonable legislative and other measures, must make progressively available and accessible.
    (2) Every person has the right to establish and maintain, at their own expense, independent educational institutions of reasonable standards, provided they do not discriminate on any ground prohibited by this Constitution.
    (3) A law may provide for the registration of educational institutions referred to in subsection (2) and for the closing of any such institutions that do not meet reasonable standards prescribed for registration.
    (4) The State must take reasonable legislative and other measures, within the limits of the resources available to it, to achieve the progressive realisation of the right set out in subsection (1).

  4. Zimbabwe - Education, orientation et formation professionnelles - Loi

    Education Act [Chapter 25:04]. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1987-06-08 | ZWE-1987-L-109607

    AN ACT to provide for the declaration of the fundamental rights to, and objectives of, education in Zimbabwe; to provide for the establishment, maintenance and regulation of Government schools and other Government educational facilities; to provide for the establishment and administration of non- Government schools, and for the registration and control thereof; to provide for the registration and control of correspondence colleges and independent colleges and for the establishment of an advisory council for such colleges; to make financial provision for schools; to provide for the transfer of teachers to the Public Service; and to provide for matters connected with or incidental to the foregoing.


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