From a Special Correspondent The Government of the NorthRhine Westphalia Province in Western Germany is considering proposed legislation on the school I system in the province.
The Cabinet has not been able to reach unanimity on the proposals, but the majority in the Cabinet recommends that the Primary Schools are to have their character determined by the wishes of the
[hey recommend, too, that in districts where the two religious confessions are mixed, parents shall have the right to a school of the religious character of their choice if there are children to till a one class school.
The minority would restrict this choice to districts where the minority was large enough for an eight class schools Teachers giving religious ins ruction would have to hold a certificate of fitness from the Church authorities.
All high school education, it is recommended, shall be free of charge to the parents, and entry to the various schools depends on the needs of the individual child and his capacities. together with the wishes of the parents.