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Education in the United States of America

Details: The Education Department is responsible for executing most of the federal education laws and the president’s education policies. One of its biggest roles is the dissemination of federal funding to states and individual schools and institutions …

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Education in the Philippines

Details: Education spending as a percentage of overall government expenditures, meanwhile, declined from 18.2 percent in 1998 to 12.4 percent in 2005. Between 2003 and 2005 alone, average annual spending per public elementary and secondary …

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Education in Bangladesh

Details: Administration of the Education System. Formerly called the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, Bangladesh is a unitary state that consists of eight administrative divisions ( bibhag ): Barisal, Chittagong, Dhaka, Khulna, Mymensingh, Rajshahi, Sylhet, and Rangpur. Education is centrally steered by the Ministry of Education (MOE) in Dhaka.

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Education in Indonesia

Details: Distance Education in Indonesia. On a dispersed and disparate archipelago like Indonesia, distance education is an effective means to provide education in remote areas, even though low computer literacy rates and the lack of electricity and internet infrastructure in parts of the archipelago still limit its growth.

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Education in Colombia

Details: Elementary education (educación básica primaria) is the first stage of basic education and is provided free of charge at public schools. It begins at age six and lasts five years (grades 1 to 5). There are various types of schools providing this type of education.

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Education in South Africa

Details: Secondary education in South Africa is six years in duration (grades 7 to 12), and is divided into two phases, lower and upper secondary school. Lower secondary (also known as the “senior phase”) lasts through grade 9, and is mandatory. Students typically begin lower secondary at …

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Education in the Netherlands

Details: In higher education, the languages of instruction are Dutch and, increasingly, English. Elementary Education . Elementary education (basisonderwijs) is provided free of charge at both public and private schools and lasts eight years (groep 1 to 8).

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Education in the Russian Federation

Details: Education has been compulsory until grade 11 since 2007 (until then, it was only compulsory until grade 9), and access to general education is a guaranteed right of every Russian citizen, according to article 43 of the constitution.

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Education in the United Arab Emirates

Details: Compulsory Education Age, Language of Instruction and the Academic Calendar. School education is a constitutionally guaranteed right of every Emirati citizen and provided free of charge at public schools. Education is compulsory for all children …

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Education in Saudi Arabia

Details: Education is the largest sector on Saudi Arabia’s government budget. The country spends more on education than most Arab countries. While declining oil prices have strained public finances and overall education spending has decreased in recent years, Saudi Arabia built 719 new schools in 2018 alone.

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Education in Malaysia

Details: Higher Education. Under the ‘Vision 2020’ initiative set by the government, Malaysia seeks to become a high-income nation by 2020. One of the means of achieving this goal is education and the development of quality graduates, with a net tertiary enrollment ratio of 40 percent.

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Education in Singapore

Details: Education is compulsory for Singaporean children aged six to 15 years of age. Most children in Singapore go to kindergarten from the age of three for two to three years (K1, K2, K3) until they are six and old enough for primary school, which lasts …

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Education in Kazakhstan

Details: Secondary education is divided into two phases: lower, which is known in Kazakhstan as basic secondary education, and upper, which is known as senior or general secondary education. In Kazakhstan, the phrase “general secondary education” is not used exclusively to refer to the final phase of secondary education; it is often also used to

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Educating the Masses: The Rise of Online Education in

Details: Stefan Trines, Research Editor, WENR. Online education is a divisive topic. Often criticized as an inferior form of education providing an isolated learning experience at best, or as a harbinger of global, Western-dominated educational homogenization at worst, online education is simultaneously considered a promising means to increase access to education in developing countries.

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Education in the Maghreb – ALGERIA, MOROCCO & TUNISIA

Details: The education systems of Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia have undergone several transformations over the last few centuries. Prior to the French colonization of Algeria in 1834 and the beginning of the French mandates in Tunisia (1881) and Morocco (1911), all three countries of the Maghreb had long-established histories of Koranic-based education.

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More and Younger: Outbound Student Mobility Among Chinese

Details: Tertiary level education in the West offers one of the few palatable off ramps to China’s own rigidly stratified and highly competitive higher education system. Prestigious institutions in the United States – Harvard, Stanford, and Princeton, as well as public institutions such as the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, the University

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