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Name: Law of Georgia on Early and Preschool Education No. 5366-IIS, adopted on 8 June 2016.
Country: Georgia
Subject(s): Education, vocational guidance and training; Teachers
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2016-06-08
Entry into force:
ISN: GEO-2016-L-104529
Bibliography: Legislation on-line Legislation on-line Legislative Herald of Georgia , Georgia PDF (in Georgian as amended to 15 February 2022) PDF (in Georgian as amended to 15 February 2022) (consulted on 2022-06-21)
Legislation-on-line Legislation-on-line Legislation Herald of Georgia, Georgia PDF (in English) PDF (in English) (consulted on 2022-06-21)
Abstract/Citation: Chapter I - General Provisions
Chapter II - Powers and/or Obligations of State Authorities and Municipalities in the Field of Early and Preschool Education
Chapter III - The Foundation and Authorisation of Institutions
Chapter IV - Institutions
Chapter V - Provision of Early and Preschool Education Services, Including the School Preparation Programmes
Chapter VI - Monitoring, Assessment and Reporting at Institutions
Chapter VII - Financing of Early and Preschool Education System
Chapter VIII - Transitional and Final provisions

This Law governs the legal grounds for ensuring universal accessibility to, and the development and quality assurance of, early and preschool education in Georgia, and the organisational structure of early and preschool education institutions, and defines the rules for their foundation, operation and accountability, as well as the binding nature of their authorisation. This Law also defines the powers, obligations, functions and responsibilities of state bodies, municipalities and other legal and/or natural persons related to early and preschool education, as well as the principles for the financing thereof.
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