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Educational Systems in the European Community

Lionel Elvin

Educational Systems in the European Community

A Guide

by Lionel Elvin

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  • 21 Currently reading

Published by Delmar Pub .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education and state,
  • Education,
  • European Economic Community co,
  • Comparative Education,
  • European Economic Community countries

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages271
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8301417M
    ISBN 100856332232
    ISBN 109780856332234

    Education in the Netherlands. Most children start primary school (called ‘basisschool’ in Dutch) the day after their 4th birthday; whenever that is throughout the their 5th birthday, all children are obliged to go to school (leerplicht).Primary school has eight grades, group 1 through group 8 (age 12).   The Italian education system, A Pandolfi. Higher education and industry - the Italian situation, G Monaci. The German education system: history and problems, L Von Friedeburg. Higher education in France, B Lacroix. Europe Now. New perspectives on French immigration policy, G Moreau. Britain and the European Community: from Thatcher to Major, D Book Edition: 1.

    National Education Systems in the European Union Edmund Staude of the educational systems of both England and Germany, two of the larger but declaration which would lead to the formation of the European Coal and Steel Community, considered the initial stage for today’s European Author: Edmund Staude. Education in Ghana was mainly informal, and based on apprenticeship before the arrival of European settlers, who introduced a formal education system addressed to the -Independent Ghana was known as the Gold Coast. The economy of pre-colonial Gold Coast was mainly dependent on subsistence farming where farm produce was shared within households and members of each Primary languages: English.

      Germany’s tradition of formal education dates back to the ’s, when the three-tiered school system originated. Historically, the highest levels of education were reserved for a small percentage of the population, while the majority received a basic education followed by training in particular trades or : $ Education - Education - Europe in the Middle Ages: Initially, Christianity found most of its adherents among the poor and illiterate, making little headway—as St. Paul observed (1 Corinthians )—among the worldly-wise, the mighty, and those of high rank. But during the 2nd century ce and afterward, it appealed more and more to the educated class and to leading citizens.


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Educational Systems in the European Community by Lionel Elvin Download PDF EPUB FB2

This updated second edition presents an analytical description of the education systems of all European countries, following common guidelines. These conceptual guidelines consider various criteria concerning presumptions as to the quality of a good education system.

One of the book central aims is. This updated second edition presents an analytical description of the education systems of all European countries, following common guidelines.

These conceptual guidelines consider various criteria concerning presumptions as to the quality of a good education system. One of the book central aims is to explore the paradoxical character of education, i.e.

the relationship between universal. The guide outlines the structure of the educational systems of member countries in the European Community. Chapters cover the following countries: Belgium, Denmark, West Germany, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and the United by: 6.

The attractiveness of some European education policies and the current push Educational Systems in the European Community book national standards of academic achievement have converged recently in proposals for national educational testing in the United States. This paper examines the origins and status of student examination policies in 12 countries of the European Community.

national educational systems are in a state of continuing review and development, and in this context the evolution of a Community perspec­ tive in education should be regarded as increas­ ingly important for the future.

What is required for the present is a common commitment to the development of a strategy of educational cooper­. In Scandinavia, the part of Europe producing the best results, secondary school education ends at the age of To know more.

The Eurydice’s notebooks refer to the structures of European educational systems relating to the academic year / The educational systems represented are 43 and cover the 38 participating countries in the. Educational community “.I think that the role of the citizen requires an ethic behaviour: that is the belief that its own community should have certain characteristics of whom a person can be proud of, and the commitment to act personally so that the ideal community becomes real ”.

School education. Most European students spend at least 9 or 10 years in school. As the length of compulsory education differs from country to country, so does the age when children begin school – though it's usually between 5 and 6 years old.

European systems aim to be broad-based and general, giving pupils the basic knowledge and skills they'll need for the future. About education policies Find out how the EU supports Member State education and training policies.; European policy cooperation Education and Training is a forum that allows EU Member States to cooperate in building best practices.; Early childhood education The EU seeks to support Member States in maximising the quality of national early childhood education and care provision.

Introduction. This book is the first to present an analytical description of the education systems of all European countries, following common guidelines. These conceptual guidelines consider various criteria concerning presumptions as to the quality of a good education system.

One of the book’s central aims is to explore the paradoxical character of education, i.e. the relationship between. The Educational systems in the European Community: a guide.

[Lionel Elvin; Commission of the European Communities. Directorate-General for Research, Science, and Education.;]. Types of education systems. The term “education system” includes all institutions which are concerned with the education of children, young persons and adults, in particular preschool/Kindergarten, preschool/nursery school, primary school, lower secondary school, vocational upper secondary school, general upper secondary school or Gymnasium/grammar school/Lycée, high.

The History of Education in Europe 1st Edition There is a common tradition in European education going back to the Middle Ages which long played a part in providing the curriculum of schools which catered both for the wealthy and for able sons of less well-to-do families.

Ring Smart Home Security Systems eero WiFi Stream 4K Video in. The Education Systems of Europe. Wolfgang Hörner, Hans Döbert, Botho von Kopp, Wolfgang Mitter.

Springer Science & Business Media, May 3, - Social Science - pages. 1 Review. Education is a paradoxical phenomenon. On the one hand it is universal, as since the period of Enlightenment, it has been declared universal good for s: 1. One of the obvious differences between American and European education is the work load.

While Americans have to write plenty of essays, pass examinations, make presentations and all of this at the same time, French, German and English students can enjoy more free time and less strains/5(15).

In the most successful education cultures in the world, it is the system that is responsible for the success of the student, says Schleicher — not solely the parent, not solely the student, not solely the : Amy S.

Choi. The European education system In order to identify each level of the European education system, an international classification is usually considered. This classification is called International Standard Classification ISCED and was carried out by the UNESCO.

This report provides an overview of the structure of education systems in Europe for / In total, 42 education systems are represented. Information covers the 28 EU Member States as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Norway, Serbia, and Turkey.

Guide to higher education systems and qualifications in the European Community. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Anita Wijnaendts van Resandt; NUFFIC.

on the governance of school education in Europe. Schools face a range of changing educational demands - from learners, society and the labour market.

To help them in their response, EU education ministers recently concluded that there is a need for contemporary approaches to teaching and learning and to the governance of school education systems. Higher education in Europe Find practical details for students about higher education systems in Europe.; Choosing and applying for a study programme Access information to help you select and apply for a European higher education programme.; Scholarships and costs Learn about costs and funding opportunities related to studying in Europe.; Visa and insurance Find out about European visa and.The mission of the European Schools is to provide a multilingual and multicultural education for nursery, primary and secondary level pupils.

The European School system consists of two years of early education (nursery cycle), five years of primary and seven years of secondary education.Educational Systems in Europe TamaraBerger-Proßdorf The European Community currently consists of 15 member nations.) In European newspapers appeared articles about a "crisis in public schools in the U.S.," pointing out the "relatively weak level" reached by high school graduates in major subjects.

A Study of the Educational System of.