It proposes to establish that the education provided by the State, its decentralized agencies and individuals must at all times address the best interests of children. Include that the actions and decisions taken by these authorities, should primarily consider the best interests of children, when it concerns education that concerns children and adolescents. The authorities will establish the necessary mechanisms to guarantee this principle.
The co-legislator considers that the amendments to articles 3 and 4 proposed by the chamber of origin are already regulated, and therefore proposes that these articles should not be modified.
Articles Reform: Reform articles 8, 11, 78 and 79 of the General Education Law.
Vote in the Chamber of Deputies: Approved by the Chamber of Deputies on October 25, 2016, with 447 votes in favor.