Department of Education
Department of Education
Description of Department
The primary function of the Department is to develop educational institutions and provide high quality education to the Citizens of Lehmark, this is primarily achieved though the Imperial University.
In addition to managing the operations of the University, the Department is responsible for Educational Policy, Education Reform and necessary legislation.
The Imperial University of Lehmark was officially opened on 14 August 2019 and originally offered a simple Degree in Imperial Law - since then that Degree has expanded to an Associate's Degree and the University now offers introductory education in Korean language.
Contact the Department of Education via email: LehmarkDOE@gmail.com
Current Education Policy
As at 16 November 2021
The Development Plan of 2021 was mostly successful and therefore the Plan in 2022 will be similar, the Department will continue to undertake simplification and expansion of the Imperial Law Degree. The Emperor will undertake expansion of Hangul and Batchim Degrees.
The Department will extend most of the Development Plan from 2021 into 2022.
Imperial University of Lehmark
The Imperial University of Lehmark was founded on 14 August 2019 via Imperial Decree published by His Imperial Majesty William the first, Emperor and Autocrat of Lehmark and was done so in accordance with Basic Right 17 - The Right to Access Basic Services.
It is a firm belief of His Imperial Majesty that education is the most important service a Nation can provide to her people, therefore in 2020 Education in Lehmark was made 100% Free, with no tutition costs, or study costs.
The University offers Associate Degrees in: Imperial Law, Hangul and Batchim.
Further Information regarding the University, Degrees and to Enrol, can be found under 'Citizen Services' on the left.
Memorandum on National Development
Individualised Development Plans for Departments and Agencies, were introduced by Memorandum on 11 November 2020.
In Lehmark, Ministers and Agency Leaders have a duty to undertake necessary works that contribute towards the progression and development of Lehmark as a micronation. The Memorandum on National Development, provides goal based directives for Ministers and Agency Leaders to achieve so they can satisfy that civic duty.
Each Minister and Agency Leader is only expected to meet their individualised Development Plan.