Kazakhstan bans using mobile phones in schools

Kazakhstan bans using mobile phones in schools
# 01 February 2024 12:31 (UTC +04:00)

The Deputies of the Senate Committee on Socio-Cultural Development and Science of Kazakhstan discussed issues of ensuring the safety and protection of children's rights, APA reports citing Kazakhstan Today.

The Senates discussed the Law "On Amendments and Additions to some legislative acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on education, mentoring and child safety". The document is aimed at improving legislation in the field of education and in the field of protection of the rights of orphaned children, press service of the Senate.

The law provides for the approval of rules for the use of cell phones in schools, ensuring a uniform priority for the provision of places in kindergartens, norms for regulating the institution of mentoring, as well as taking measures to prevent the dissemination of information in educational organizations that promotes violence and encourages suicide.

According to the senators, the adoption of the law will further strengthen the effectiveness of the national education regulation system and provide individual support to orphans and children left without parental care in educational institutions.

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