If Turkish students take up enrollment at international schools, Turkish education institutions will surely go bankrupt
Turkish Private Schools Association Chairman Rustem Eyuboglu said late on Wednesday that an additional article was added to the Private Schools Law and that Turkish students can now receive education at international schools in Turkey.
Eyuboglu said that the Private Schools Law was first implemented in 1965 and that some amendments have been made within the law. "There are some international schools in Turkey," he said. "Children who go to these schools are foreigners. With the amendments which have been made to the law, Turkish children can now receive education at these international schools. If Turkish students take up enrollment at these international schools, Turkish education institutions will surely go bankrupt."
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