Covid-restriction opponent school won't get licensed

LSM reported in July that a group of Covid-restriction opponents was planning to establish a new distance school where children would not have to worry about wearing masks or other restrictions. The State Service of Education Quality (IKVD) has refused to issue general education program licenses to the school, LETA reported October 26.

The licensing of programs was refused because the IKVD has determined that the information entered by the educational institution in the State Education Information System (VIIS) does not comply with the requirements specified in the regulatory enactments regulating the field of education. The secondary school has not complied with the State basic education and general secondary education standards, as well as the Cabinet regulations regarding general education programs and general education.

According to the IKVD, there is insufficient information on staff, premises, materials, and technical resources. The authority offered the school a chance to provide the information but did not receive it.

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