secondary education

NOUN
  1. education beyond the elementary grades; provided by a high school or college preparatory school
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  • This book chronicles 21 children's experience of school science over the five years of their secondary education.
  • It is now the language of instruction in secondary education and in some universities.
  • Also, much of what we take away from secondary education is not specific facts or processes I don't know about you but I'd have some major difficulty solving a stoichiometry problem now, but ratherhowto think. Cody Pomeranz: The Squandered Superpower: How America Has Stunted Imagination
  • More importantly, there still exist many non-financial barriers to post-secondary education including institutionalized classism, racism and sexism.
  • Aptitude identification should be a continuous process, specially designed to go along with the secondary education.
  • The proposed reforms include making secondary education compulsory up to the age of 18.
  • Between 1660 and 1789, the Latin language, and the Latin literary classics, remained the basis of secondary education.
  • Most Tanzanians with postsecondary educations speak both official languages fluently in addition to their tribal language.
  • This led to a broader approach to teaching programmes and abolished the link between Proficiency marks and secondary education.
  • It is not a coincidence that these populations are the ones with the least amount of formal schooling or secondary education.
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