The laws of the school are to be developed gradually as the school community confronts its emerging problems. Consistent with the emerging democratic ethos, problems are to be resolved only by democratic means. Democratic consciousness develops to a greater extent and proves to be more effective as children immerse themselves in the second subject: ‘Study and Upgrade of School Legislation’. Democratic mechanisms employed by school administrators in their relationships with teachers become really effective only if they take account of the different levels of acceptance of democratic professional values and behaviours of teachers. Teachers voluntarily join together to form problem-solving groups to deal with such issues such as: development of the new content of education; transition from a system of grades to descriptive evaluation; changing the nature of the work of the class teacher; and generation of a new organizational form for teaching junior students etc.