It has been suggested that the right under Article 2 of Protocol 11 includes a right to an 'effective' education, which implies that the quality of the education must reach a 'minimum' standard2. The European Court of Human Rights has held that the state has a duty to ensure the effectiveness of the system by imposing standards which can be policed by the imposition of entry requirements which depend on an objective assessment3, although it has never laid down any minimum standards for what level of education must be provided4 and, notwithstanding the requirement that states respect the right
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