Pupils to have their say

3rd September 2010 at 01:00

Students in South Korea are to be given a say in education policy- making, the Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education has announced. A "student participatory committee" will be established as a channel of communication and will consist of three students, each representing elementary, middle and high schools. But one principal in Mapo-gu commented: "It is too early for immature school students to be allowed to take part in the process of decision-making."

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