Αρχική » Άρθρα με ετικέτα 'education'

Αρχείο ετικέτας education

Portuguese Education System

Stages of the education system

 Compulsory education lasts 12 years, between the age of six and 18 or until the conclusion of upper secondary education.

The Portuguese education system is divided in pre-school education (from the age of three until the start of basic education), basic education (6 to 15 years old) and upper secondary education (15 to 18 years old).

Pre-school education

 Pre-school education covers children from three years old up to the age of compulsory schooling (six years old). Attending pre-school education is optional.

 Basic education

  • the first cycle corresponds to the first four years of schooling (grades one to four).
  • the second cycle corresponds to the next two years (grades five and six).
  • the third cycle lasts for three years and corresponds to lower secondary education (grades seven to nine).

(περισσότερα…)

Italian educational system

Stages of the education system

The Italian education and training system includes ECEC (0-3 and 3-6), primary, secondary, post- secondary and higher education.

Early childhood education and care (ECEC)

 ECEC for children aged less than 3 years is offered by educational services (servizi educativi per l’infanzia) ECEC for children aged from 3 to 6 years is available at preprimary schools (scuole dell’infanzia).

The two offers make up a single ECEC [12] system, called ‘integrated system’, which is part of the education system and is not compulsory. Although being part of the same system, the ECEC 0-3 is organised by the Regions according to the single regional legislations, while the 3-6 offer is under the responsibility of the Ministry of education.

Compulsory education

(περισσότερα…)

HUNGARIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM

In Hungary, schools and kindergartens are established and maintained by the state, local governments, minority local governments, legal entities (foundations, churches, etc.) as well as natural persons. About 90 per cent of children attend public sector institutions.

The maintenance of the education system became more centralized.   In January 2013, the  state took over the maintenance of public education institutions (with the exception of kindergartens)from the local authorities. The Government established Klebelsberg Institution Maintenance Centre for the maintenance of these institutions. Local governments get contribution from the central budget to finance kindergarten education, they are responsible for the organisation of ECEC on their settlement. Minority governments are allowed to establish schools and teach in their own languages. (περισσότερα…)

Spanish educational system

Spain educational system

Stages of the education system

sp

Pre-primary education is up to 6 years of age. Although it is not a compulsory education stage, the second cycle is free in all publicly-funded schools (public schools and publicly-funded private schools). Public schools providing it are called pre-primary schools and those also offering primary education are called pre-primary and primary schools.

Basic education is compulsory and free in publicly-funded schools. It lasts ten years and it is divided into two stages:

  • Primary education, provided in primary schools. It covers six academic years, usually studied between the ages of 6 and 12
  • Compulsory secondary education, studied in secondary schools, between the ages of 12 and 16. At the end of this stage, students receive the first official certificate, the Lower Compulsory Secondary Education Certificate, which allows them to have access to upper secondary education or the world of work.

(περισσότερα…)

Greek education

Greek educational system

4

Stages of the education system

Compulsory education lasts 11 years and extends from the ages of 4 to 15.  The stages of the Greek education are mainly 3:

1) Primary education

Primary education includes pre-primary and primary schools.

Nipiagogeio

Nipiagogeio (pre-primary school) in Greece has become compulsory for all 4-year-old children, since school year 2018/19.  School year 2020/21 foresees the integration of the two-year compulsory pre-primary school in the few remaining municipalities.

Infant centres (vrefikoi stathmoi), infant/child centres (vrefonipiakoi stathmoi) and child centres (paidikoi stathmoi) represent early childhood care.  They are run under the remit of the municipal authorities.  They cater for children between the ages of 2 months and up to the age of the beginning of compulsory education.

Dimotiko scholeio (περισσότερα…)

Bulgarian  educational system

Bulgarian  educational system

Stages of the Education System

bg 1

Early Childhood Education and Care

Early childhood education and care is managed by local authorities, and is not part of the State’s responsibilities, between the ages of 0 – 3. Between the ages of 3 – 6/7 it becomes part of the responsibilities of the Ministry of Education and Science.

Kindergartens are institutions within the pre-school and school education system for raising, education, and socialization of children from age of 3 up to the age of 7 (entering first class) in line with the state pre-school education standard. Children aged 2 can also enter kindergarten in line with the conditions and rules of the Law on Pre-School and School Education.

(περισσότερα…)

Top
 
Αλλαγή μεγέθους γραμματοσειράς
Αντίθεση
Μετάβαση σε γραμμή εργαλείων