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 Secondary education - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Secondary education is a period of education which, in most contemporary educational systems of the world, follows directly after primary education, and which may be followed by tertiary, "post-secondary", or "higher" education (e.g., university).
In some educational systems, secondary schools are literally termed middle schools; the use of this term is not consistent around the world as middle school in some systems refers to the first period of secondary schooling, or alternately, the last period of primary education.
The exact boundary between primary and secondary education varies from country to country and even within them, but is generally around the seventh to the tenth year of education, with middle school covering any gaps.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Secondary_education   (687 words)

 Ministry of OCW - Education - Secondary education
All four types of secondary education are for children aged twelve and over and all begin with a period of basic secondary education.
Secondary education is in the midst of implementing two major educational innovations.
In light of the ever-growing demand for MBO (upper secondary vocational education) and HBO (university professional education) graduates, an important goal for the coming years is to encourage students to move on to higher secondary school levels and prevent dropouts.
www.minocw.nl /english/education/secondary.html   (202 words)

 Education - Secondary Education
Secondary education is a gateway to the opportunities and benefits of economic and social development.
Secondary education is now being recognized as the cornerstone of educational systems in the 21st century.  Quality secondary education is indispensable in creating a bright future for individuals and nations alike.
The World Bank is currently assisting 71 countries with the development of their secondary education systems.  Lending for secondary education totaled $2.85 billion between 1990 and 2004, with $250 million in new lending for 2004.  Additional support for secondary education efforts is included as part of the general education lending each year.
web.worldbank.org /WBSITE/EXTERNAL/TOPICS/EXTEDUCATION/0,,contentMDK:20521252~menuPK:738179~pagePK:148956~piPK:216618~theSitePK:282386,00.html   (527 words)

 Post-secondary education - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Post-secondary education is any form of education that is taken after first attending a secondary school, such as a high school.
The purpose of a post-secondary education can be to receive vocational education and training or to prepare for professions or scientific/academic careers through higher education.
Examples of institutions that provide post-secondary education are vocational schools, community colleges and universities in the United States, the TAFEs in Australia, CEGEPs in Quebec (Canada) and the IEKs in Greece.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Post-secondary_education   (122 words)

 Secondary Education
However, all secondary certification students are actually pursuing a major program area that prepares them for non-teaching careers, giving them the option upon graduation of entering either the teaching or the business field or of pursuing graduate studies for an advanced degree.
As a secondary education major, you will be assigned a faculty member from your academic department who is knowledgeable in the requirements for secondary certification.
Although the courses you take in your major department and in general education are very similar to other bachelor of arts and bachelor of science students, your secondary education program will involve additional requirements in both field experience and professional education.
www.ship.edu /academic/edusec.html   (583 words)

 Secondary Education
General Descriptive Overview: The Secondary Education Program at OSU leads to the B.S. degree in the College of Education and enables students to teach in grades 6-12.
The philosophy of the Secondary Program is to prepare teachers who are lifelong learners, emerging professionals, and subject matter specialists with strong liberal arts backgrounds.
The professional Education Adminissions Interview is 15-20 minutes in length and will be conducted by a panel of OSU faculty and area educators.
www.okstate.edu /education/stcl/programssecondary.html   (846 words)

 Secondary Education in Africa (SEIA)
Secondary education in many SSA countries suffers from high repetition and dropout rates, especially among students from poor families.
Shortage of qualified secondary education teachers.  Teacher and  nonteaching staff salaries (including school principals) are the major recurrent expenditure item in the education system.  Because of their importance in the teaching and learning process, teachers and principals play a crucial role in determining the efficiency and effectiveness of public education expenditures.
In Sub-Saharan Africa, however, many secondary education teachers are unqualified or too narrowly qualified (normally secondary teachers should be qualified to teach two subjects at lower secondary, and one subject at upper secondary level).  In Uganda, for example, only 28% of the secondary teaching staff posseses a sufficient qualifications (e.g.
www.worldbank.org /afr/seia/thematic.htm   (3418 words)

 Teachers-preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, and secondary
Traditional education programs for kindergarten and elementary school teachers include courses—designed specifically for those preparing to teach—in mathematics, physical science, social science, music, art, and literature, as well as prescribed professional education courses, such as philosophy of education, psychology of learning, and teaching methods.
Teacher education programs are now required to include classes in the use of computers and other technologies in order to maintain their accreditation.
The number of teachers employed is dependent as well on State and local expenditures for education and on the enactment of legislation to increase the quality and scope of public education.
stats.bls.gov /oco/ocos069.htm   (3932 words)

 Secondary Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The Secondary Education which serves as a bridge between primary and higher education is expected to prepare young persons between the age group 14-18 in the world of work and entry into higher education.
In accordance with the priority accorded to Vocational Education in the National Policy on Education, a Centrally Sponsored Scheme of Vocationalisation of Secondary Education was launched in February, 1988.
The main objectives of the Scheme of Vocationalisation of Secondary education, as spelt out in the NPE are to provide diversification of educational opportunities so as to enhance individual employability, reduce the mismatch between demand and supply of skilled manpower and to provide an alternative for those pursuing higher education.
www.education.nic.in /htmlweb/secedu.htm   (4291 words)

 Factsheet: General Upper Secondary Education
Nearly all school-leavers continue in upper secondary education: about 41% in vocational colleges (technical or commercial) and 53% in schools providing general upper secondary education.
The national examination system is administered by the Ministry of Education which is also responsible for the content and for monitoring the quality of the education.
Within the provisions of the law and the overall local county council education budget, the board fixes the school budget, decides on the size of classes and makes decisions about the subjects to be offered by the school.
eng.uvm.dk /publications/factsheets/fact6.htm   (1356 words)

 Secondary Education
The curriculum in Secondary Education is designed to prepare students to be effective secondary classroom teachers capable of meeting the needs of all students including those with special needs and from varied backgrounds.
Assuming that the student has had some exposure to the field of education, this course introduces the transfer student to the University of Mary's program of teacher preparation and the conceptual framework of the Division of Education as students develop their philosophy of education.
For secondary education students, this course must be taken concurrently with his/her secondary methods course: EDU 371, 373, 377, or 379.
www.umary.edu /UM/AcademicInformation/Undergraduate/Education/SecondaryEducation.htm   (1171 words)

 KSU College of Education - About Our College   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Secondary teachers know that a good education is the key to the future for tomorrow's adults.
Secondary education is a career in which you can realize the satisfaction of helping others while you work in a supportive educational setting that will constantly challenge you to grow and learn.
The general education portion of your preparation is directed toward this goal.
www.educ.ksu.edu /Departments/SecEd/overview.html   (598 words)

 UNESCO | Education - Welcome to Secondary Education Website
The aim of this website is to share with you UNESCO’s vision of general secondary education and inform you about activities it is engaged in.
Some are the changing role of teachers and head teachers, the new orientations for learning contents, the use of ICTs and distance education, youth counselling and guidance, life skills, bridges between general secondary and vocational education, the transition to higher education, and quality assessment.
The scope of the issues that secondary education has to address is very broad, and the population it covers has a multi-faceted needs.
portal.unesco.org /education/en/ev.php-URL_ID=6342&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTION=201.html   (312 words)

 Secondary Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Over the duration of the years that the student is a Secondary Education Minor, the student must attend all class meetings of “Learning to Teach.” First year and second year students will meet for three evenings in the fall and three evenings in the spring from 6:30-9:00p.m.
This non-traditional education course also includes seventy-five hours of pre-practicum/rotation field work, which will be completed over the student’s years in the program.
Students seeking a 5-12 level, or an additional license in their major field of study at the 5-8 level will be fully immersed in teaching at the junior and/or middle school level for weeks eleven through fifteen.
www.stonehill.edu /catalog/programs/se.htm   (838 words)

 Secondary Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Secondary, all-grade, and junior high/middle school education students at Ball State University complete University Core Curriculum courses, required courses in their subject areas, and a series of professional education courses.
To graduate and be certified to teach in secondary schools, students must complete 32-34 hours of courses in the professional education sequence, which includes study in human growth and development, educational psychology, foundations of secondary education, cultural and ethnic awareness, content reading, methods of teaching, and at least 10 weeks of student teaching.
All secondary, all-grade, and junior high/middle school education students have faculty advisors in the Department of Secondary, Higher, and Foundations of Education and in their major areas.
www.bsu.edu /students/admissions/article/0,,22277--,00.html   (1116 words)

 American University: School of Education - B.A. In Secondary Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The undergraduate program in Secondary Education is designed for students who wish to obtain teaching credentials in secondary education while completing their majors in the humanities, arts, natural and social sciences.
Undergraduates seeking teacher certification in elementary education should contact an advisor in the School of Education as early as possible.
Admission to the university and declaration of a major does not constitute admission to candidacy in teacher education, which is based on academic and related performance criteria.
american.edu /cas/soe/secondary_education.html   (460 words)

 Secondary Education
The Bachelor of Science in Education degree with a major in an approved secondary teaching subject includes courses in General Education, professional education, the major field, and the minor field to total a minimum of 128 semester hours.
A grade of “C” or better is required in all professional education courses graded on an “A” through “F” letter basis, and a grade of “S”’ is required in all professional education courses graded on a ‘S-U” letter basis.
Teacher education students interested in obtaining a middle school endorsement for grades 5 - 8 from the North Dakota Education Standards and Practices Board need to contact the chair of the Department of Teacher Education for more information regarding this endorsement.
www.dsu.nodak.edu /Catalog/teaching/secondary.htm   (375 words)

 PELINKS4U - Secondary Physical Education
In this lesson, students examine some old wives' tales and folk remedies related to health, learn about the science behind why people might believe them to be true, and investigate the real scientific causes or reasons for their effects.
Until now, she was the finest physical education teacher I have ever met.
I’m not the smartest human being in the land, or in the gym, the court, and field.
www.pelinks4u.org /sections/secondary/secondary.htm   (1668 words)

 Lewis University - Secondary Education
Secondary Education Minors will register in the appropriate Special Methods course for their major.
Most secondary teacher candidates are expected to have one clinical in a 6-9 classroom and one in a 9-12 classroom.
Evidence of successful completion of the appropriate State of Illinois content area tests and the Assessment of Professional Teaching Test must be received in the College of Education at least 30 days prior to the beginning of the student teaching semester in order to be allowed to student teach.
www.lewisu.edu /academics/secondaryed   (512 words)

 Secondary Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The Master of Science-Secondary Education Degree Program offered at Mercy College will permit qualified applicants to earn as many as three teacher certifications while pursuing the Master's Degree in secondary education.
The common focus of the elementary and secondary education programs is to impart the necessary knowledge, skills, and strategies for effective teaching in urban and suburban schools.
Students are taught to integrate parctices for elementary education, secondary education, special education, and bilingual education as a basis for providing effective teaching and learning in the classroom.
grad.mercy.edu /degreeprgms/gradprograms/education/SecondaryEdu.cfm   (155 words)

 Office of Elementary, Middle, Secondary and Continuing Education
Applications for approval of 2006 summer school driver and traffic safety education programs are due to the Department by June 1, 2006.
The Office of Bilingual Education will be selecting schools to be part of a School Quality Review pilot program beginning January 2006, as part of the NCLB Title III ELL program review initiative and the Department's Regional Network Strategy to build capacity of schools and districts.
The Bilingual Education Technical Assistance Centers will be assisting selected schools in using this comprehensive self-assessment tool to examine the quality of programs and services provided to LEP/ELLs.
www.emsc.nysed.gov   (1154 words)

 Graduate Secondary Education
program in secondary education is flexibly designed to allow for the special interests of teachers, department chairpersons, curriculum workers, instructional supervisors, reading specialists, and those working in adult education.
with an emphasis in adult education is designed to enable candidates to further their competencies as teachers, administrators, and program planners in various adult education settings through the study of core courses in adult education, plus a minimum of 8 hours of elective work appropriate to the candidates' particular needs.
with an emphasis in secondary reading is designed to enable candidates to further their competencies as teachers of reading and to prepare for positions as reading specialists, reading consultants, and/or further graduate study.
www.umsl.edu /bulletin/Home/School_of_Education/Teaching_and_Learning/Teaching_and_Learning_Graduate/Graduate_Secondary_Education/body_graduate_secondary_education.html   (1080 words)

 Secondary Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
A strong focus on education in the state of Texas for grades K-12.
The Educational Resources Information Center is "a nationwide network that acquires, catalogs, summarizes, and provides access to education information from all sources." Check out AskEric, which answers questions for teachers, librarians, parents, and students.
Published by Educational Communications, Inc., this is the nation's largest recognition publication and program honoring high achieving high school students.
www.educationindex.com /eddir   (2033 words)

 Harding University - College of Education - Secondary Edu.
The secondary education instruction at Harding University offers programs which prepare teachers in the following areas: art, English, French, health education, home economics, journalism, life science, mathematics, music education, physical education, physical science, social science, Spanish and speech.
No education courses may be taken by correspondence and at least two of the following courses must be taken in residence at Harding: EdFd 202, 203, 311 and 314.
Exceptions to the general education requirement are EdFd 203 in place of Psy.
www.harding.edu /education/secondary.html   (440 words)

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