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Secondary education in Germany, France, England and Denmark.

Stephen P. Cabot

Secondary education in Germany, France, England and Denmark.

by Stephen P. Cabot

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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English


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SeriesHarvard bulletins in education -- 15
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Open LibraryOL13981641M

ESPEs, new facilities for teacher education, opened their doors in September , and a two year master’s degree in education (Masters des métiers de l’enseignement, de l’éducation et de la formation, or MEEF) was initiated. Currently, there are 32 ESPEs in France, with training sites. Germany ranked second for secondary education, duration > years amongst Christian countries in Germany ranked first for spending > USD amongst Europe in Germany ranked first for duration of education > secondary level globally in

Germany's vocational training system has enjoyed a high reputation based on its success in producing skilled craftsmen through the "dual system" of education. Hands-on practical training is supplemented by theoretical instruction in the Berufsschule (vocational school), where young people learn theoretical material two or three days a week. Secondary education > General pupils: Secondary general pupils are the number of secondary students enrolled in general education programs, including teacher training. Spending per student > Elementary school: Public expenditure per student is the public current spending on education divided by the total number of students by level, as a.

Number of pupils registered in secondary schools in France Number of students in primary education in Denmark Students in school in Qatar by nationality Schools and Universities in the German-speaking Countries Kindergarten (literally “children’s garden”) is both a German word and a German invention. The kindergarten pre-school educational philosophy has been widely adopted around the world. It is thus somewhat ironic to discover that kindergarten in Germany is not usually part of the state-supported school system (except in former East.


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Secondary education in Germany, France, England and Denmark. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Cabot, Stephen Perkins, Secondary education in Germany, France, England and Denmark. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Stephen Perkins Cabot.

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The German education and training system has been the subject of considerable attention from other nations, and has often been used as a model. David Phillips' book brings together articles from some of the best known names in the field including Mitter, Glowka, Hearnden, Fuhr, Robinsohn and Prais and wagner.

The book is organised into four Cited by:   Secondary Education in Germany. Secondary education, the third level of education, is divided into two levels: junior secondary education (also called intermediate secondary education) and senior secondary education. Upon completion of the Grundschule, students between the ages of ten and sixteen attend one of the following types of secondary.

Responsibility for primary and secondary education in Germany rests with the individual federal states (Bundesländer), so the exact structure and the curriculum varies from state to state (as do the dates of school holidays).Certain basic characteristics, however, hold true England and Denmark.

book the whole of the German education. The German Democratic Republic (East Germany) started its own France education system in the s. The East German equivalent of both primary and secondary schools was the Polytechnic Secondary School (Polytechnische Oberschule), which all students attended for 10 years, from the ages of 6 to At the end of the 10th year, an exit examination was set.

Stages of the Education System. In Denmark, primary education consists of integrated primary and lower secondary education.

The educational institutions at which primary and lower secondary education takes place is called primary and lower secondary schools (in Danish: Folkeskole). In contrast, thousands of children in countries such as Denmark, Germany, France, South Korea and China have been back in class for weeks.

Here, we. The Education System in France The Preamble of the French Constitution of sets out that “the Nation guarantees equal access for children and adults to education, vocational training and culture”. The French education system provides compulsory schooling free of charge for children aged 6 to 16 and a right to education starting at age 3.

East Germany The German Democratic Republic (East Germany) started its own standardized education system in the s. The East German equivalent of both primary and secondary schools was the Polytechnic Secondary School (Polytechnische Oberschule), which all students attended for 10 years, from the ages of 6 to School education in France is highly structured and state controlled through the ministry of education, although some private schools do exist, many of which are catholic.

At age 6 children are required to enter école élémentaire primary school to study the first 6 grades of their education. Germany - Germany - Education: Full-time schooling is free and compulsory for children age 6 to 15 or 16; the exact age is determined at the state level.

Although the control of education rests with the states, there is a national commission that strives for uniformity of curriculum, requirements, and standards.

Some books and study materials are free, and financial assistance and other forms. France had a particularly low ratio for upper secondary education ( pupils per teacher) compared with its ratio for lower secondary education ().

By contrast, Estonia, Slovenia and Finland reported notably higher ratios for upper secondary education than for lower secondary education, pupils per teacher higher in Estonia, higher.

Education in France is organized in a highly centralized manner, with many subdivisions. It is divided into the three stages of primary education (enseignement primaire), secondary education (enseignement secondaire), and higher education (enseignement supérieur).The main age that a child starts school in France is age 3.

Three year olds do not start primary school, they start preschool then. In Germany, the most expensive private colleges charge around $27, per year.

In the United States, the average cost of a private education is $29, a year. Unlike in other countries with compulsory education, parents in Germany are not allowed to teach their children at home. Here, school attendance is compulsory, and this is justified by the state’s duty to educate.

Children usually start school at the age of six and attend classes for at least nine years. Inpublic expenditure on primary education relative to GDP ranged from % in Romania and % in Germany up to % in Cyprus and Denmark ( data).

Infographic 1: Share of children between the age of four and the starting age of compulsory education participating in early childhood (pre-primary) education,   France: adults with upper secondary or tertiary education attainment Operating expenses on primary and secondary education Australia Number of students in primary education in.

Education - Education - Nazi Germany: After Adolf Hitler’s accession to power inthe Nazis set out to reconstruct German society. To do that, the totalitarian government attempted to exert complete control over the populace.

Every institution was infused with National Socialist ideology and infiltrated by Nazi personnel in chief positions. Education in France is based on a national curriculum and compulsory from ages 6 thro though most students attend a form of preschool and many move on to higher education. Philosophy plays.

Since the reform of initial teacher training implemented into be recruited, teachers of pre-primary, primary and secondary education must go through a competitive examination in the end first year of master Métiers de l’Enseignement, de l’Éducation et de la Formation (MEEF – Teaching, Education and Training Professions).

The.Many countries have committed themselves to achieving more than universal primary education, by extending the target to the secondary education level.

Globally, 85 per cent of lower secondary school-age children are in either primary or secondary school, and only 65 per cent of upper secondary school-age children are either in primary, secondary or higher education.There are also private schools available.

Homeschooling in Germany is illegal. Attendance in school starting at age six is required by law. Grades one through four receive the same education.

After the fourth year, students are separated into secondary schools by ability and the wishes of the child’s parents. Achieving Higher Levels.