• Diploma after high school

    Diploma after high school

    In a word, yes. If you’re 16 – 21 and you’ve left high school or are behind in credits, there is an option for you to complete your high school diploma if you live in one of the 41 communities Gateway to College serves. Gateway to College helps students not only earn their high school diploma, but also college credit toward a meaningful […]

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  • Poland universities admission

    Poland universities admission

    Admission is based on the results of the matriculation exam (matura) in three subjects chosen by the candidate among all of the subjects in the examination. Qualifying points are calculated based on the percentage results from the matriculation certificate (nowa matura) as follows: 1% at the basic level = 1.5 points 1% at the advanced […]

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  • When does school start in USA

    When does school start in USA

    Observed by Schools in the United States Type National In the United States, the academic year typically has about 180 school days for K-12, running from the early in the Northern Hemisphere fall to early summer. Colleges and universities often have shorter years. School holidays (also referred to as vacations, breaks, and recess) […]

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  • Public School Systems in America

    Public School Systems in America

    Hundreds of years ago, most learning happened at home. Parents taught their children or, if their families could afford it, private tutors did the job. The Puritans were the first in this country to point out the need for some kind of public education. They established schools to teach not just the essentials-reading, writing and […]

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  • American school years to English school years

    American school years to English school years

    High school/secondary school? University/college? A-levels/SATS? Explore the differences and similarities in the academic journey of students in the US and UK. On the whole, the education of British and American students is fairly similar – they all start compulsory schooling between the ages of 5 and 6, then finish 12 years later […]

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  • Public Higher Education

    Public Higher Education

    Sara Goldrick-Rab is a professor of educational policy studies and sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is the founder of the Wisconsin HOPE Lab, the nation s first translational research laboratory on college affordability and the author of the forthcoming Paying the Price: College Costs, Financial Aid and the […]

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  • Swedish educational system

    Swedish educational system

    Editor’s Note : Tino Sanandaji, a National Review In the early 1990s, Sweden introduced one of the most ambitious school-voucher systems in the world. The state still pays for education, but it gives parents the choice to take their voucher to any public or private school. In Slate , Ray Fisman, an economist at Columbia Business […]

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Department of College Education

Department of College Education

“The degree students truly can’t afford is the one they don’t complete, or that employers don’t value.” More students are graduating college than ever before. But for too many…
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What is Post Secondary school means?

What is Post Secondary school means?

For adults who have not completed elementary or secondary education, there are many adult education programs available. Some teach literacy (how to read and write) and others lead…
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American students Education

American students Education

The U.S. is not a country of heavy testing, compared to other nations. I listened to several presentations. You got this impression, if they would only get rid of tests, everything…
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Higher Ed

Higher Ed

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State Colleges

State Colleges

Students can save thousands off out-of-state tuition by establishing residency or participating in a regional exchange program. Roughly 43 percent of incoming freshmen cited cost…

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Higher Eds

Higher Eds

According to data included in an upcoming publication by ACE’s Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement in partnership with the Boston College Center for International…
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Education Systems in USA

Education Systems in USA

By combining their suggestions, we’ve come up with several ways to improve the US education system. Respect and Encourage Teachers More respect for teachers. Higher pay, fewer…

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Schools of Higher Learning

Schools of Higher Learning

Dual enrollment - in which high school students can take college courses and earn credit before graduation - has grown rapidly in popularity in recent years. After all, students…

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What grades are Secondary Education?

What grades are Secondary Education?

Takes up to 6 years, covering the ages 11 to 18, from S1 to S6. It is not compulsory after the age of 16, the age of majority in Scots law. In Scotland, students transfer from…

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Education after College

Education after College

With an increasingly competitive job market, more students are considering post-baccalaureate education as a means to achieve their goals of higher education and higher-paid positions…

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Ministry of Education Poland

Ministry of Education Poland

The Ministry of National Education ( Ministerstwo Edukacji Narodowej , MEN) in Poland. Source : It does have a Department of General and Vocational Education (DKOW), a Department…

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American high school Classes

American high school Classes

American High School customizes our curriculum in order to meet each student s academic needs. We believe it is more productive for the curriculum to fit the student than trying…

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Colleges at Penn State

Colleges at Penn State

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - Between new coordinators, a completely different offensive scheme and a quarterback competition - there s obviously been plenty to track this spring for Penn…

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Post University Wiki

Post University Wiki

Non-free media information and use rationale – non-free logo true for Post University Description This is a logo for Post University. Source Extracted from a PDF file by Kalel2007…

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Higher Education in Norway

Higher Education in Norway

A wind in their sails: by not charging tuition fees to foreigners at its universities, Norway has increased the number of overseas postgraduate researchers who come to work in…

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Higher Education Learning

Higher Education Learning

| by Richard P. Keeling and Richard H. Hersh The purpose of this blog and our latest book, We re Losing Our Minds: Rethinking American Higher Education (Palgrave MacMillan, 2012)…

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School Times in America

School Times in America

Children usually start in kindergarten or grade one at the age of five or six and go up one grade each year until reaching grade 12 at the age of 17. Occasionally a student must…

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Higher Education defined

Higher Education defined

The collapse for Fred was severe when he found that he held no more than five twenties, and his share in the higher education of this country did not seem to help him. He was certainly…

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