In an effort to grant further rights to Turkey's minority groups, the Ministry of National Education has made a number of amendments to Private School regulations, including lifting the clause that previously stated, "Minority schools can only be attended by children of Turkish citizens that belong to the school's specific minority group."
The prohibition of private schools being opened near locations that serve alcohol has also been lifted. Previously, there was a 100-meter distance required between schools and locations such as bars and cafes that serve alcohol.
One highly debated clause in the past; providing the option of having an Atatürk Corner designated at private schools, has now been made a mandatory requirement.
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