„We have a whole series of provisions aimed at the rights and obligations of students, as well as the sanctions applied in case of violations of the provisions of the law. Sanctions are gradual, that is, they start with a warning and go slowly, slowly, so there are sanctions that can target the withdrawal of certain rights, for example the stock exchange, there are sanctions that can target the suspension for a determined period. As a last resort, for the most serious cases, you can go for the solution of expulsion, but with the right to re-enroll, and during the period of expulsion we will provide, in the procedure to combat violence in school, psychological counseling and, in general, measures for rehabilitation each student“, says Ligia Deca.
She specifies that if the “extreme case” of expulsion is reached, re-enrollment is done in the following school year.
„I think there will be very few cases that will reach this last measure. Until this last measure all others apply. (…) I think that in this case the key will be prevention, not sanctioning. But, as in any system, as in any rule of law, the fact that we have sanctions provided for serious violations will also act in the sense of preventing these acts from happening at school or in extracurricular spacesDeca points out.
The Education Commission, which debates the draft Education laws, postponed the decision on Monday in the case of several articles in the draft regarding the Baccalaureate exam and admission to high school, as well as the requests of religious cults.
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