Jun 222015
 June 22, 2015  Non-U.S., Youth & Schools

Today’s Zaman reports:

The Education Ministry has adopted new legislation that prohibits private schools from advertising the students who rank highest in the Undergraduate Placement Examination (LYS), Transition to Higher Education Examination (YGS) and Transition from Primary to Secondary Education (TEOG) exam.

According to a report in the Bugün daily on Sunday, the Education Ministry presented student privacy as the reason for the legislation that bans private schools from advertising their successful students. The report suggests that any private school that does not abide by the newly adopted legislation of the Education Ministry will be face the punishment of closure.

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