Education and Teaching

Education and Teaching

- Constitution of Haiti

Education and Teaching

Section F
Education and Teaching
Article 32:

The State guarantees the right to education. It sees to the physical, intellectual, moral, professional, social and civic training of the population.

Article 32-1:

Education is the responsibility of the State and its territorial divisions. They must make schooling available to all, free of charge, and ensure that public and private sector teachers are properly trained.

Article 32-2:

The first responsibility of the State and its territorial divisions is education of the masses, which is the only way the country can be developed. The State shall encourage and facilitate private enterprise in this field.

Article 32-3:

Primary schooling is compulsory under penalties to be prescribed by law. Classroom facilities and teaching materials shall be provided by the State to elementary school students free of charge.

Article 32-4:

Agricultural, vocational, cooperative and technical training is a fundamental responsibility of the State and its communes.

Article 32-5:

Preschool and maternal training, as well as nonformal education are encouraged.

Article 32-6:

Higher education shall be open to all, on an equal bases, according to merit only.

Article 32-7:

The State shall see to it that each territorial division, communal Section, commune or Department shall have the essential educational establishments adapted to the needs of their development, without however prejudicing the priorities assigned to agricultural, vocational, cooperative and technical training, which must be widely disseminated.

Article 32-8:

The State guarantees that the handicapped and the gifted shall have the means to ensure their autonomy, education and independence.

Article 32-9:

The State and its territorial divisions have the duty to make all necessary provisions to intensify the literacy campaign for the masses. they encourage all private initiatives to that end.

Article 32-10:

Teachers are entitled to a fair salary.

Article 33:

There shall be freedom of education at all levels. This freedom shall be exercised under the control of the State.

Article 34:

Except where perpetrators of crimes are caught in the act, the premises of educational establishments are inviolable. No police forces may enter them except with the permission of the supervisors of those establishments.

Article 34-1:

This provision does not apply when an educational establishment is used for the purposes.

Constitution of Haiti

Republic of Haiti
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Haitian Nationality
Nature of the Citizenship
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Education and Teaching
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