According to international human rights law, non-government schools must conform to minimum education standards, as laid down or approved by the State. In order to ensure that this is the case, there must be a body to oversee whether these standards are met


The State is responsible for ensuring minimum education standards are met in non-government schools and as such must establish a monitoring body to oversee whether these standards are met

Human Rights Standards: 

Articles 13 (3) & (4), International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; Article 29 (2), Convention on the Rights of the Child; Article 11 (7), African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child; Article 2, Op Protocol 1, European Convention on Human Rights; Article 17 (1) (a), European Social Charter; Article 27 (3), ILO 169 ; Articles 4 (b) & 5 (b),UNESCO Convention against Discrimination in Education

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