This was revealed by Governor Augustus Jaspert during his recent Speech from the Throne address in the House of Assembly.
He said: “Our government will focus on the revision of the Education (Student Code of Conduct) Rules, 2006 to ensure that guiding principles are in place for building students’ character.”
This revision, according to the Governor, is to ensure students receive the best possible instructions and are trained to become functional citizens within the territory.
The revision will be part of the overall amendments expected to be made to the Education Act.
“Our government is mindful that in today’s technological age, the education system is evolving and the territory’s schools must keep pace with the rest of the world. That is why there will be a focus on amending the Education Act (2004) to bring this legislation in line with the current and future education trends,” Governor Jaspert said.
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