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Opposition proposes education reforms

The four parties in Sweden’s former center-right government say they will introduce legislation on education strongly at odds with the government’s position.

Among the proposals, all of which were in the parties’ election platform, are handing out report cards from fourth grade and making ten years of obligatory primary school.

Should the four parties get support in parliament from the controversial Sweden Democrats, they could force through their legislation over the wishes of the minority government.

Sweden has done poorly in recent international comparisons of students’ learning, one of the criticisms that was directed against the former government.

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