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|Other Titles:||A Study of Elementary and Junior High Schools' Student Grievance Systems in Taiwan|
Department od Education, NTNU
After Interpretation NO.382 was adopted by the Council of Grand Justices of the Judicial Yuan on June 6, 1995, students in higher education in Taiwan were granted the right to present petitions and lodge administrative complaint cases when they suffer illegal treatment which violates their rights out lined in the Constitution. This Interpretation not only protects students' rights, but also builds a milestone for educational development in the Republic of China. Afterward, the Education Reform Committee of the Executive Yuan suggested that all schools establish students grievance systems. The Ministry of Education also formulated administrative regulations for students, which obliged that all schools establish students grievance committees to handle disciplinary matters. However, the above-stated regulations also adopted a delegated model which authorizes the Education Department of Taiwan Province and Bureaus of Education of Taipei and Kaohsiung City Governments, after conferring with the representatives from teacher and parent associations to promulgate the grievance procedures for students. Thus, different schools have established their own committees, and unpredictable problems in operation became inevitable. This paper uses literature analysis method to elaborate the mechanism of student grievance committees in Taiwan, including their legal provisions, organizational structures, and procedures. The results of this review have produced a number of conclusions, which indicate that current operation of this system still needs to be refined.
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