|Students make experiments in a lab. Being students of University of Pedagogy, they enjoy exemption from tuition fee payment (Photo: SGGP)|
Students enrolled at schools of pedagogy will still enjoy tuition fee exemptions, according to a new draft amendment published by the Ministry of Education and Training (MoET).
MoET drafted a recent amendment of the Education Law.
It proposed to give learners who study at universities of pedagogy preferential credit instead of exempting them from school charges. After they graduate from school, if they work in an educational facility, they would enjoy total exemption.
However, National Assembly deputies at a recent session to discuss the draft were at loggerheads over the new draft, with MoET deciding to delete the credit idea.