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What is Trinidad and Tobago's education like?
Their education is designed primarily to prepare the elite for study abroad and the eventual assumption of political and economic leadership roles in the society. Go to: www.visittnt.com/General/about/education.html for the answer.
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education is free and is required until age 15. it has three basic levels: primary, secondary and gymnasia (high school) Switzerland spends a slightly lower percentage of it'…s income on education and has a lower enrollment rate than many other countries. hope this was helpful! :)
Jordan ranks number one overall in the Arab World and has one of the best education systems in the developing world. Ranked 18th worldwide by UNESCO for it's gender equality i…n education. Jordan has a literacy rate if 93% and has a rate of 98.2% enrollment for primary education. Access to a higher means of education is open to General Secondary Education graduates, who can then apply to a university or community college. Competition in Jordan is very tough for admission into public universities. It is also the home for foreign universities campus' as well. Like the George Washington University, which has plans in progress to set the heart of medical professional training for the Middle East and North Africa here.
Trinidad is part if the Caribbean. --- Trinidad is the larger of the two main islands of Trinidad & Tobago which is in the Caribbean Sea quite close to t…he northeastern coast of Venezuela on the northern edge of South America. It is off the coast at a point midway between Caracas, Venezuela and Georgetown, Guyana.
English schools- Most schools in wales are English schools and like eveywhere there are good schools and not so good schools. Cardiff has many highly regarded schools both pri…vate and public schools including Sy. John's, St.Hiltids , Cardiff high etc. Welsh schools- The number of Welsh schools is growing fast. Any child can attend a Welsh school regardless of their parents languages and children normally pick the language up very fast and become fluent within a year or ar6two. Some schools don't teach English until year three but the children norally catch up with English schools by the time they start high school and take 1st language exams in English and Welsh, some even go on to learn third and fourth languges at GCSE.If you are living in Wales the Welsh language is a very good skill to have. Higher Educatioon-Wales has several very good universities including Cardiff University that's concidered a centre of excellence and has a lot to do with bioscience among other degrees such as business.Other popuar universities include UWIC and Bangor .
There are longer days than America. They go half a day on Wednesday and used to go on Saturday mornings until the year of 2014.
She never really went to school alot , because she was yet really sick all the time . But she read alot her parents had a huge library filled with books . Someone did teach he…r, though a little she was a very smart girl the wife of the 2nd president and the mom of the 6th i hope my info helped you because im researching alot she was very smart .A great women she was I am glad i helped have fun.
1. grundskola 7-16 years mandatory free 2. gymnasium free 3. univerity/collage free admitted?/accepted through ; --> a. gymnasium score --> b. general knowledge Test…
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Education in Nazi Germany was not all that bad. Although of course if you were a young Jew, the only you would learn was that you were about to be killed. For most of the yo…ung boys in Nazi Germany, there was the option of Hitler Youth camps. This is where the young boy would go away from home and learn loads of things at one of Hitlers specially built youth camps. The main things they would learn are the core subjects (Maths, English and Science) but they would also learn how to fight and become a brave soldier. This could lead onto them becoming soldiers and fighting against the British from a very young age! For the girls, this was a different matter. Girls were not sent away to camps, but would help out in the houses with their mothers. They would learn how to ride bikes and perform messaging. They would learning how to nurse the wounded soldiers, and how to sew. Any German children who did not obey the rules were often reffered as to sinners. I hope this little bit of information has helped you. Thanks Zamboogie :)
As a child, C. S. Lewis was an avid reader, and his father furnished him with plenty of books. He was schooled by private tutors, before being sent in 1908, when he was 10, to… Wynyard School in Watford, Hertfordshire. Due to lack of pupils, the school closed not long afterwards, and shortly after that the headmaster was committed to a psychiatric hospital. Lewis then enrolled in Campell College in east Bellfast, a mile from his home. He left after a few months, due to respiratory problems, and was sent to the preparatory school: Cherbourg House, or as Lewis called it,"Chartres". It was located in Malvern, Worchestershire, a health-resort town. Lewis attended Malvern College from Sept. of 1913 to June of 1914. Here, Lewis drifted away from Christianity, and called himself an athiest, though he was strongly interested in mythology (especially Irish) and the occult, and later stated that he had been "very angry with God for not existing". After leaving Malvern, he studied under the tutilage of William T. Kirpatrick, Former headmaster of Lurgan College. Under Kirpatrick, he developed a love for greek liturature and mythology, and sharpened his skills in sound reasoning and debate. In 1916, Lewis was awarded a scholorship to University College, Oxford. Lewis began his academic career as an undergraduate student at Oxford, but in 1917, he left his studies to voluntier in the British Army during World War I. He was wounded on April 15, 1918. Upon his recovery, he was assigned to Andover, England, and was discharged in December of the same year and soon returned to his studies Lewis received a First in Honour Moderations (Greek and Latin Liturature) in 1920, a First an Greats (Philosophy and Anscient History) in 1922, a First in English in 1923, and a triple first (the highest hounors in three areas of study). He was later appointed Lecturer of English Liturature ad Magdalen College in 1925, where he stayed until 1954. He later became the first Professor of Medieval and renaissance English at the University of Cambridge and a fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge.
she was bullied a lot in school and in 7th grade it was so bad her parents had 2 home-school her. she had eating disorders in school and after the breakup with her and Joe Jon…as she was cutting her wrists and eventually went to rehab.
Education in Australia is of a very high quality. Every Child is required to go to school.
He ended his formal education at Stephney All-Age School in Nine Miles at age 14 and apprenticed with a welder."Marley's education consisted of ordinary schooling until the …age of 14 and then an intense introduction to music, Rastafarianism (with its political and cultural components) in Kingston under the tutelage of Joe Higgs and the influence of his friends and musical colleagues." One Love
It is a country in the the Carribean like Jamaica Cuba and Dominican republic. gaming4life with gillian says Trinidad is the largest is…land in the nation of Trinidad and Tobago, off Venezuela's coast in the southern Caribbean. With a Creole culture incorporating African, European, East Indian and Chinese traditions, it's known for its distinct cuisine, calypso and soca music, and boisterous Carnival celebration. It's also home to diverse flora and fauna, including some 400 bird species. Founded: 1797 Elevation: 3,084' Island groups: Antilles, Lesser Antilles
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Tim Gopeesingh is the Minister of Education for Trinidad and Tobago.