The Education Act of 1906 was an Royal Proclamation issued and signed by King Nicholas II of Youngia on 25 August 1906. The Act, part of the Reforms of 1905-1907, improved Youngian educational systems and standards.

The Education Act authorized complusory education for children between the ages of 5 and 18. The Act drew up guidelines of school assemblies, activites, and governments. The Act also required annual testing and through studies, with examinations and tests in reading, writing, math, and language arts.

The Act funded $40 million Youngian Dollars into the building, repair, expansion, and renovation of schools, insistutes, academies, and universites. All teachers were required to conduct in orderly behavior and issue at least one classroom educational activity a week.The Act provided books, pencils, papers, boards, and other supplies to students with little or no money to buy materials and supplies. The Act remained in force for the next two decades until Prime Minister Vladmir Renin signed the Education Act 1927.

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