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primary education

in Britain, the period of compulsory education usually received between the ages of 4 or 5 and 11 years. Considerable sociological research work has been undertaken on the primary school. It ranges from studies of STREAMING and other forms of school organization (Barker Lunn, 1970), to classroom labelling and interaction (Sharp and Green, 1975). The primary sector was the focus of the Plowden Report in 1967, the publication of which led to the establishment of EDUCATIONAL PRIORITY AREAS.
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Indian elementary education system is widely covered within a range of One Km--One Primary School is available which covers 8,25,000 habituations across the country.
Jeff Goodman, senior lecturer in elementary education and media studies, noted the Elementary Education program is the largest undergraduate program in the College of Education.
First, the government must focus on building inclusive models of access to elementary education, which specifically target groups most likely either to be excluded altogether or to drop out of the formal educational system.
The main problems in elementary education include the refusal to enrol students in schools, the lack of capacity for all those who should be enrolled, high density in classrooms, the reliance on private tuitions and drop outs, according to CAPMAS.
FREE EDUCATION - If the House-proposed measure gets the go-ahead, there would be free and compulsory public elementary education for children aged six to 14 throughout the country' joining the ranks of these elementary pupils, in this file photo, who use only the natural light that filters through the windows of their school.
Not all of Smith's conclusions are novel, but his carefully documented conclusions--based on school minute books, memoirs, newspaper advertisements, and an exemplary compound of secondary books and articles-alert us to oft-neglected facets of elementary education during the Victorian era.
Hassim, an expert on Islamic education, uses both primary and secondary Arabic sources to examine Muslim elementary education during 750-1400 CE.
Chief Minister's Task Force on Elementary Education Chairman Raja Muhammad Anwar said this while addressing the concluding ceremony of teachers' training workshop at Government Girls High School, Kallar Syedan on Thursday.
They began with elementary education because it is the most popular major for students transferring from community colleges to four-year schools.
The goal of Universal Elementary Education (UEE), though a constitutional obligation of state is yet to be achieved.
The board extended a five-year approval for Granite State College's Elementary Education Certification Program and a two-year approval for its Reading Specialist Certification Program.
Chu-Sheng Yeh Cheng, former Elementary Education Division Director of the Ministry of Education in Taiwan, and an ACEI member for many years, is the latest recipient of the Patty Smith Hill Award, the Association's highest honor recognizing exemplary, consistent contributions to the organization and outstanding achievements in the field of childhood education.