The World Assembly,
REMAINING dedicated to supporting and encouraging access to education in all member-states,
NOTING that Clause 5 essentially writes member-states a blank check for WA funding for their early learning facilities, especially since the target resolution allows member-states to answer the demand for early learning facilities in their territory by whatever means they see fit,
BELIEVING that early learning facilities are a privilege, not a right, and that forcing member-states to finance the early learning facilities of other member-states is a gross overreach of the WA’s mandate,
AGREEING that it is unfair to force member-states to fund education over which they have no say, which makes this gross overreach even more objectionable,
CONVINCED the target resolution does not demonstrate that the establishment of early learning facilities is so essential that it justifies the overreach of mandate, nor does it make a sufficiently compelling case to vindicate forcing member-states to pay for other member-states’ education systems without input into how those education systems are run,
SATISFIED that, for the enumerated reasons, the target resolution deserves to be stricken from the books of international law,
REPEALS GA #230 The Early Learning Act.