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Secondary education in Poland by Rafa1 Piwowarski

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Published by Manhattan Pub. Co. .
Written in English


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The Physical Object
FormatMass Market Paperback
Number of Pages56
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12948208M
ISBN 109287129274
ISBN 109789287129277

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Gymnasium: The gymnasium, the secondary stage of general education, is compulsory in Poland for pupils aged 13 to The Education System of Poland [Education, Credentials, & Admission Issues for Polish students] Presenter: secondary education Swiadectwo Ukonczenia vs. Swiadectwo Dojrzalosci Maturity Certificate E. Study book number F. First name of student G. Last name of student. enrolment of year-olds in education • In Poland, 62% of year-olds have upper secondary or post-secondary nontertiary- education as their highest level of attainment, the third highest share across OECD countries after the Czech Republic and the Slovak Size: KB. Poland. Tertiary attainment is on the rise in Poland. Upper secondary education is the most commonly attained level of education in most OECD countries. Poland is no exception: more than 60% of the. for population, upper secondary education is the highest education level attained. This is one of the highest proportions OECD countries, amongFile Size: KB.

secondary non-tertiary level and decreasing at tertiary level. At primary, secondary and post-secondary non-tertiary levels of education, Poland had one of the greatest increases in expenditure per student among OECD countries over the period File Size: 1MB. Tertiary Education. Polish tertiary institutions include universities, economic and agricultural academies, and polytechnics. Warsaw is the primary academic centre in Poland and consequently attracts the largest number of academics. Poland has a tertiary education tradition that .   In Poland learning is obligatory until one is 18 years old and attending state schools is free. In , a new structure and reform of education was introduced and now we have: Przedszkole (kindergarten) is for children at the age of 3 to 6. THE SYSTEM OF EDUCATION IN POLAND Post-secondary education Graduates of general upper-secondary schools can continue their education in a post-secondary school for a maximum of years. This leads to the award of a vocational diploma upon passing examinations confirming vocational qualifications in a given occupation. Higher File Size: KB.

This Category lists all downloable files which have information regarding Secondary Schools. These include: Curriculum Guides, Text Books, Grade 9 Projects, etc. Search for documents. Find by title or description Document title and description Document contents, title, and description. Document contents, title, and description. secondary level (a higher percentage of youth attending general secondary schools), as well as the doubling of the number of students attending higher education institutions. The Polish school education system (education of all levels below the level of higher education) is based on the following legislation (parliamentary acts). In Poland, there are a few different types of szkoła średnia (high school), each offering a different style of education. The most popularly attended is the liceum, which continues education in core areas, but students can choose to focus on particular areas, in which they will receive more teaching. General secondary quality and relevance of tertiary education Profiled general secondary schools qualifications needed on the labour market basic vocational schools short-, long-term perspective technical secondary schools Secondary education in Poland 18 years of changes Fourth ECA Education Conference Tirana, October , Jerzy.