the Teachers ' Association has been understood in us law in one point: the fact that the Centre raises the level of ambition of the skolfrågan. But since then, the union has been given a great deal of which is inaccurate. The teachers ' Association is accusing the Centre of going against the januariavtalet, by our own election, and that will drain the schools of much needed funds. This is simply not true.
demographic changes have led to an increased need and higher cost, at the same time as a decline in economic development could lead to a reduction in tax revenues. It won't happen, at least to the school.
as for the regions and cities of five million dollars in the next vårändringsbudgeten.
However, we can see that structural changes are needed in order to create the necessary conditions for a system in which the resources are being used effectively according to the needs that exist around the country. As a part of the solution, the solution is to merge the appropriate local government grants in a two-step process. First, in general, in order to go to the school's core business, and then, in a single contribution to school improvement.
the Teachers ' Association believes that the school's challenges will be resolved by a nationalisation of the school. The centre party believes that the need for a combination of clear policies, a sound and supportive follow-up of the work, and trust in the profession.
lr asks, what are the problems in the abolition of the dedicated local government grants aimed at solving. It is lärarbristen, bad equivalence", or the fact that too many students are not doing well at school? Our answer is "yes", it is the challenges that we are hoping to be able to face up to.
It also creates an area for the chief to make investments in the school are in need of. This, in turn, leads to the continuity and long-term commitment to the school's operations. In addition, it can be added to the administrative burdens that the current system is generating, which is particularly damaging to small schools, without the administrative muscle.
lr, turn on the debate, and to cast suspicions The ambition of the proposal is a bad thing. In essence, the Teachers ' Association believes that the school's challenges will be resolved by a nationalisation of the school. The centre party believes that the need for a combination of clear policies, a sound and supportive follow-up of the work, and trust in the profession.
It can be a school that is better adapted to the pupil's and the school's local environment. Part of this is to allow the chief of the fathers, and the market itself to determine where state funds should go. They are aware of their needs. This is how we are able to enhance the quality of the school and give every student the chance to succeed according to their abilities.
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