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Education in Sweden.

Britta Stenholm

Education in Sweden.

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Published by Svenska institutet in Stockholm .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sweden.
    • Subjects:
    • Education -- Sweden.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 137-139.

      StatementTransl. by Keith Bradfield. [Overs. från författarens orig.-manuskr.]
      SeriesSweden books
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLA902 .S713
      The Physical Object
      Pagination139, (1) p.
      Number of Pages139
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5322975M
      LC Control Number72175632

      Across Europe, slumping birth rates represent a long-standing economic, demographic and social problem. Nevertheless, while the discussion between critics and defenders of PISA continues, the Swedish Government is looking for ways to improve the education system. This is an economical viable way of gaining more funding for the cost of the education of the nation. It's society's way of financing a restructuring period for the currently unproductive assets it will depend on in the future: young people.

      A to E are passing grades, with F as a failing grade. Sweden has moved to improve performances and to raise the status of the teaching profession for long-term benefits. But Abrams expects DeVos will continue to advocate for more choice without additional oversight. And because she is from Stockholm, Ellie was able to live at home with her parents for the first couple years of her university career. Municipal and free schools share much of the same objectives, yet their orientation may differ.

      The drop has prompted a flurry of debate in the country about what led to the Education in Sweden. book and whether the growth of free schools is to blame. The independent schools often have a specific focus such as art, music or sport, and they are spreading rapidly. The particular school may cater for special requirements such as for the deaf or particular religion. Certainly, the new system is sure to gradually open the traditional Swedish model to new alternative methods of teaching. Interest rates are low. Education for children is compulsory in Sweden, from age 7 into teens years, including the year the child turns


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Vlachos is not convinced measures voluntarily taken by some schools are enough to mitigate the larger problem. All national programmes give basic qualification to attend university, [51] but preparatory programs typically also satisfy the additional requirements needed to study university courses in specific subject areas.

A copy was also sent to the inspectorate. Municipal and free schools share much of the same objectives, yet their orientation may differ. The primary aim of these tests are to ensure all students are assessed equivalently.

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