NationStates Jolt Archive

Education reform

James Bluntus
22-12-2008, 10:38
In the next few day's I am going to post an eduction reform for WA members to have a say on.:) [I have now posted the legislation on World Assembly. I would be interest in your comments]Thank you
Bears Armed
22-12-2008, 11:56
But how could you write a one-size-fits-all "reform" proposal without knowing what the systems of education existing in each of the WA's [extremely] diverse member nations are actually like at the present? Are you assuming that everybody's system is identical to the one in your own nation (OOC: or to the one in which you-the-player were, or still are being, educated)?

Borrin o Redwood,
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The High Council of Clans,
The Confederated Clans of the Free Bears of Bears Armed.
22-12-2008, 23:25
i agree. also, ambassador,

Myself, the nation of Wachichi, and my partner the ambassador from Glen-Rhodes, both have worked on education bills in the past. both almost passed by some votes, however, they fell short. we have since then combined our education bills together, and have been debating them for a very very very long time with numerous nations. Our forum has been posted up for at least a couple months worth of debates.

It's titled Draft:Universal Education Act. be aware, though, that i applaud your will to bring education to the forefront of the WA, i, and my partner will probably be over critical over your proposal since you are challenging our education bill which has gone through months of debate. i personally would advise you and all to join our debate because it's been going on for so long, but if you want to take an independent swing at it. go on.

James Bluntus
23-12-2008, 02:13
Thank you for your thoughts. I do not think that all the education form are the same in every country. that is why I am making this education reform to get everyone on the same page. I do not wish to challenge you Wachichi but I made this bill because I though it was right. but we are all entitled to our own views.