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Obligatory care for problem students 1/5/2007
Schools must be obligated to care for problem youths in a bid to prevent thousands of students with learning or behavioural problems spending months at home or missing out on suitable education. The new regulations might come into force from the start of the new school year. The Education Ministry held talks with school and parent organisations on Thursday.

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