Education Act


Education Act

Education Act may refer to any of the following

In Australia

* 1893 Education Act of Western Australia

In the United Kingdom, English, Irish, Scottish or British laws

*Education Act 1496
*Education Act 1695 - Act of the Parliament of Ireland
*Elementary Education Act 1870
*Education Act 1902
*Education (Provision of Meals) Act 1906
*Education (Administrative Provisions) Act 1907
*Education Act 1918
*Education Act 1944 - sometimes referred to as the Butler Education Act.
*Education (Scotland) Act 1980
*Education (No. 2) Act 1986
*Education Reform Act 1988
*Education Act 1994
*Education Act 1996
*School Standards and Framework Act 1998
*Teaching and Higher Education Act 1998
*Education Act 2002
*Higher Education Act 2004
*Education (Additional Support for Learning) (Scotland) Act 2004 - an Act of the Scottish Parliament
*Education Act 2005
*Education and Inspections Act 2006

In the United States

*Higher Education Act of 1965
*Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965


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