Švietimo teikėjų tinklo organizavimas Lietuvos mokyklose, atsižvelgiant į teisę mokytis.
The article presents an in-depth assessment of state policy in regard to the organisation of reforms in the education providers’ network seeking to analyse its impact on realising students’ rights to education. The right to education is inextricably linked to one’s constitutional duty to seek education, as outlined in one of the main requirements for children up to the age of 16 to attend school. The role of state institutions in facilitating the implementation of the aforementioned rights and duties is briefly discussed. The aim of the research was to determine the impact of the organisation of the education providers’ network in Lithuanian schools on the realisation of students’ rights to education. The object of the research was the social interrelation arising from the process of realising the right education, considering the right to choose a particular school, the right to attend the school closest to one’s home,as well as the duty of municipalities to provide an adequate network of primary, basic and secondary programme providers. In seeking to evaluate the government’s policies on the organisation of an education providers network, information was gathered using the method of document analysis. Lithuanian legal acts regulating the right to education and the organisation of an education providers network were analysed, as were Lithuanian Constitutional Court resolutions and performance audit reports carried out by the National Audit Office of Lithuania, among other documents. [...]
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