People with less than primary and lower secondary education (2019) in Europe
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Children raised by same-sex parents from birth perform better than children raised by different-sex parents in both primary and secondary education. [Data from the Netherlands which was the first country to legalize same-sex marriage in 2001] journals.sagepub.com/doi/…
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The Louisiana State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education could stand to lose some weight
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Despite having the same secondary school education as everyone else, as well as a degree, my missus just informed me very matter of factly that 'Marconi Road' near our house is named after the inventor of macaroni and cheese.
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Improve mental health education in Scottish secondary schools

Hi, I'd really appreciate 2 mins of your time to sign and share this petition I've published on improving mental health education in Scottish secondary schools. 😊

With many students struggling and feeling lost during the current pandemic, bettering mental health support in schools is so important.

Thanks for any help and support with this! (bear in mind that only UK citizens can sign)

CLICK BELOW: https://www.change.org/Scottish-Schools-Mental-Health

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CMV: There should be a mandatory critical thinking and debate class taught at some point in primary and secondary education

I took a critical thinking class in college and it taught me so much about how to evaluate arguments and positions and think of different ways to approach problems, as well as developed my empathy sensors. Also, learning about how to spot fallacies was a super fun part of the class and is really helpful in arguing.

Now I think that college was a little too late to even have a class like that and I had wished that through elementary school, middle school, AND high school that I had been continuously exposed to this so I can keep my mental swords sharp.

I see way too many people nowadays believing in the first things that they see without evaluating whether it is actually true or an acceptable argument or whatnot and I really cannot think of a downside to having this as a class taught at every level of public education.

Just for clarification, I am mainly talking about the US since I don’t know what Europe’s public ed curriculum usually consists of.

EDIT: It seems like a lot of people are commenting about the dissatisfaction of debating classes. I’ve never taken a debate class so I don’t know what it entails but I just thought about it as in the realm of not speech and debate / competitive debating but rather just HOW to effectively argue with someone and learning about things like the Code of Intellectual Conduct. Lots of good discussion though surprised this got so much traction.

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People who have attended post-secondary education, what do you wish you had known before you attended?
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Average number of foreign languages studied per pupil in lower secondary education (2013) Finland, what are you doing, is it just to piss us off?
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Rest of secondary education in other countries

So I'm going to complete my matriculation this year, is it possible for me to study 11th and 12rh grade in a different country such as the U.S?

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What Master's Degree in Secondary Math Education program do you recommend for a high school math teacher?

I was thinking to make myself a better high school math teacher that I should invest into a Master's Degree in Education focusing on secondary mathematics. What reputable, affordable Master's Degree in Secondary Math Education programs in US or UK do you recommend for a high school math teacher like myself? Can I do it online? Thanks!

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Depressed shinji οΏΌ today we had the national exam of secondary education in brazil, the theme of dissertation was mental disorders, someone started the text with "in the animated series neon genesis evangelion"
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How do you obtain a post-secondary education as an adult that never finished high school?
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"If [the richest] 10% gave 10%, the first year would give enough to: eliminate extreme poverty and hunger, eradicate all neglected tropical diseases and many others besides, triple medical research, give everyone secondary education..." -Beth Barnes
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I got my degree in secondary education in May and I have no intention of using it. Am I making the right call?

Hi! I'm a 20 something year old straight out of college and I have no intention of using the degree I just spent four years working on! Now I have no idea what I'm going to do with my life. Here's why...

  1. My student teaching internship was cut a little over a month short the day I was going to start my solo unit (thanks to Covid-19) and I didn't wind up applying for my license after graduation because I was filled with doubts about my ability.
  2. I am endorsed in a different state than where I am living and working and that state has a VERY different way of teaching. I was trained using Proficiency Based Learning (which was horrific to watch in action during my internship) and my state has a traditional approach to learning. I am nervous that I do not have the knowledge and experience needed to work here and I have no interest in struggling to teach in a proficiency based school system.
  3. My friends that are teaching currently HATE it. They are feeling used, abused, and underpaid and it's deterring me from trying.
  4. I feel too young to teach in a secondary school. The small age gap is daunting. I had VERY combative students in my internship and they made it known that they did not respect me because I was only 3-4 years older than them.
  5. I don't want to start my career over Zoom.

Now, my internship was awful, but it's not like I didn't like teaching entirely. I did enjoy lesson planning and seeing students improve based on my actions. I just don't know if I'll be any good at teaching or enjoy my career. I'm not particularly thrilled by my concentration and I feel like I made a huge mistake choosing this path.

I am currently the director of an after school program where I assist children with virtual learning and create/schedule/lead activities for them in the afternoon. It pays well and I am technically using my degree, but this job is not fulfilling in the slightest.

I don't know what I'm trying to get at my making this post... I just don't know what I'm doing and everyone in my family has pursued very different career paths so they have no advice. Any thoughts?

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Changing my EE major into a Secondary Education Degree (for math)

So, online school hasn’t been treating me well. I feel super unmotivated and my mental health has been off the roof since last semester. I, personally, don’t think heavy classes like calc and phys should be offered online. Professors don’t care about if you passed or not, they still get paid either way. I managed to get good grades last semester but I wasn’t able to retain any information from calc 1, 2 or physics. So, I want to put my Bachelors degree in EE on hold and move into secondary education. If my mental health isn’t at 100%, I know I won’t make it in my future engineering courses. I have to put my mental health first. With that being said, pursuing secondary education seems doable since I would be able to finish within 2 years or so. Plus, I accidentally fell in love with teaching since I’m a tutor at a middle school. (Funny enough, I tutor math lol)

I feel so guilty for abandoning EE, but I just can’t. Not at the moment. I also don’t want to take a semester or year off.

So guys, please take care of your metal health. School will always be there so don’t feel ashamed if you need a break or want to put your major on hold and move onto another.

Take care and Goodluck future engineers. I’ll be cheering you on. It’s been a fun ride but covid made it worse.

(Edit: I know my title doesn’t make sense lol, but y’all got it)

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Anyone noticing little to no media coverage of secondary/higher individual education impact with 90% of coverage related to primary schools?
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Question from a soon to be social studies teacher, what does Foucault base his philosophy on and how can he be used in middle-secondary school education?

FYI, we don't dwell deep into their theory etc. but he is part of our curriculum (which makes no damn sense to me) and I just can't help but think that his writings are absolute incomprehensible gibberish for the most part that only other philosophers or people deep into academia can understand. For him to be relevant he must have some connection with history, politics or sociology that would be relevant to pupils aged 10-16. I see how other figures such as Marx, Weber and Durkheim are relevant and I can even understand where they base their writings upon. Their writings make sense to me and I see how I can tie it into my lectures, but I don't see it with Foucault...

In short, what does Foucault base his philosophy on? Since he doesn't really even believe in hard facts and evidence, does he even have any sort of empiricism or proof that what he is proclaiming has any truth to it? Also how can you tie in his writings to something relatable or understandable for pupils aged 10-16 as far as politics, history or sociology is concerned?

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In the EU, 48% of the pupils in upper secondary education (ISCED level 3) studied more than 2 languages in 2018. This share was highest in Romania (98%), Finland (94%) and Luxembourg (82%). On the other end, in Greece, only 1% of the students in upper secondary education studied 2 or more languages.
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Manitoba looks to Tennessee model in efforts to tailor post-secondary education to labour market cbc.ca/news/canada/manito…
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I'm wondering, what factors cause private and social rates of return for primary and secondary education to diverge in developing countries?
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[EVENT] Expansion of secondary education

With the Middle East Technical University and other such gloried facilities across Turkey expanding rapidly in the past 20 years, we have found ourselves highly advantaged compared to our southern neighbors who are just beginning their programs. In order to maintain this advantage, and facilitate the construction of dams, maintenance of military equipment and civilian infrastructure, and spread of modern medicine, the Turkish government with Demirel's parliamentary majority have passed a bill funding expansions of METU and our military schools. Branches in Adana, Izmir, and Ezerum will focus on training tankers and other vehicular specialists as well as technicians, while an expanded Istanbul Pilot Academy in Conjunction with existing facilities will attempt to have an ambitious graduating class of 800. More trainer aircraft will likely be necessary for this, but otherwise the prestige of the air forces should attract enough volunteers.

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Percentage of women (left) & men (right) without primary or lower secondary education in Europe
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How is the Cold War taught in schools (excluding secondary education)?

When I was in high school (class of 2015, if that helps), I don’t recall us ever being taught about communism or how it works, as well as the major players of the Soviet Union like Stalin and Khrushchev, which is strange. If anything the names would be mentioned but we never learned who the Soviet leaders were and what they were all about. From the other people I’ve asked that went to other schools this seems like a trend, and I’m just curious what the curriculum is/was like for other people, and if teachers could comment I’d like to know what they think

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Percentage of women (left) & men (right) without primary or lower secondary education in Europe [6110x3927]
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Bait and switch in MEd in Secondary Education program

TL;DR: Loyola's MEd in Secondary Education - Math Concentration program website doesn't say anything about the 11 specific math courses that are required to graduate. Four can be assumed to have been completed by a math major from any institution. The other seven cannot. The 11 math courses essentially reflect Loyola's undergrad math program. The only way I found out about this was by navigating a labyrinth of administrators and finally finding a person who could provide this information. I'm assuming other applicants will find out about this only after enrolling and will need to take a bunch of math courses on top of the regular MEd program courses.

Too long; read anyway: I'm currently enrolled in UIC's master's program to become a high school math teacher. Before enrolling there, I met with an advisor who told me I could finish the program in two years. After enrolling (and after I quit my job), the same advisor told me it would be impossible to finish in two years, and I would need to be there an extra two semesters.

I quickly decided I would transfer to Loyola's equivalent MEd program after I completed one year at UIC because it's a one-year summer-to-summer program. At the time, the program website said that applicants to the math concentration were required to have completed the Illinois State Board of Education's required 32 hours of math classes (with 12 hours at the upper level). Nothing more. I submitted my application in September figuring I would take as many math classes as I could at UIC, transfer to Loyola, and get my degree from Loyola. In total it would take two years getting my master's degree.

Cut to a month ago when I revisited the program website for the first time since completing my application. It now lists six gen-ed-type prerequisite courses, two of which I have not completed (one being environmental science, I kid you not). Figuring I could take the courses during my second semester at UIC, I emailed the program contact to ask if I could have my transcripts evaluated to determine whether or not I needed to take any of the prerequisite courses. They referred me to someone who referred me to someone who referred me to someone who was finally able to help.

Instead of answering my question regarding the prerequisites, they asked if I had completed the math requirements. After emailing back to say that I completed the ISBE requirements as were previously listed on the site, they responded with a list of 11 specific math courses

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Post secondary education for a career in animation

I am currently a junior in high school and i know i want a career in the animation industry. Even though I've always loved animation, I've tended to be wary of it as a career because of all the stories of exploitation and how notorious it is to land a job in it.However, i genuinely admire the craft and i really cant seem to find a career that interests me as much as animation. I'm leaning towards 3D modeling and storyboarding but working anywhere within the field would be cool with me. From the research I've done i have about 3 options for education after high school.1st, the traditional way, go to a 4 yr art school and get the degree.2nd, self study and building your porfolio.3rd, certificate programs/associates degree and self study combo. I am aware that in the industry its more about your porfolio than your diploma and that art school is better for networking and getting in touch with people already in the industry. Out of the 3, which would you guys recommend? I dont expect to land a job in one of the big studios or anything immediately but i would preferaby like to land a job in animation in about 1 or 2 years after education.

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Teachers in the EU: In 2018, there were 5.2 million teachers employed in primary, lower secondary and upper secondary education. Women accounted for the majority of this workforce (72%, 3.7 million teachers). The share of female teachers was the highest in Latvia (87%) and Lithuania (85%). reddit.com/gallery/j5e31s
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How to socialize post-secondary education without increasing the underlying cost of tuition?
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Secondary Education or Comp. Science?

So, I have done 4 years of community college in preparation to get my bachelors in secondary education. I was planning to be an English teacher for 10-12th grade students, however I am now about to transfer to a uni and I am wondering if I will be happy in my profession. I have recently thought about a career in game design. I have loved and been very passionate about video games my entire life. I have been considering pursuing that field by getting a bachelors in computer science but I’m not sure if I would have to knock out more basic classes and I feel as if it may set me back. I was looking for some advice in order to lead me in the right path.

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My fellow Americans, should police officers be required to have some degree of post secondary education (say, at least an associate's degree) in addition to the academy training that they receive?

Many have proposed this as one of many solutions to the police brutality crisis gripping our nation.

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Improve mental health education in Scottish secondary schools

Hi, I'd really appreciate 2 mins of your time to sign and share this petition I've published on improving mental health education in Scottish secondary schools. 😊

With many students struggling and feeling lost during the current pandemic, bettering mental health support in schools is so important.

Thanks for any help and support with this! (bear in mind that only UK citizens can sign)

CLICK BELOW: https://www.change.org/Scottish-Schools-Mental-Health

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Petition: Improve mental health education in Scottish secondary schools

Hi, I'd really appreciate 2 mins of your time to sign and share this petition I've published on improving mental health education in Scottish secondary schools. 😊

With many students struggling and feeling lost during the current pandemic, bettering mental health support in schools is so important.

Thanks for any help and support with this! (bear in mind that only UK citizens can sign)

CLICK BELOW: https://www.change.org/Scottish-Schools-Mental-Health

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Petition: Improve mental health education in Scottish secondary schools

Hi, I'd really appreciate 2 mins of your time to sign and share this petition I've published on improving mental health education in Scottish secondary schools. 😊

With many students struggling and feeling lost during the current pandemic, bettering mental health support in schools is so important.

Thanks for any help and support with this! (bear in mind that only UK citizens can sign)

CLICK BELOW: https://www.change.org/Scottish-Schools-Mental-Health

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Petition: Improve mental health education in Scottish secondary schools

Hi, I'd really appreciate 2 mins of your time to sign and share this petition I've published on improving mental health education in Scottish secondary schools. 😊

With many students struggling and feeling lost during the current pandemic, bettering mental health support in schools is so important.

Thanks for any help and support with this! (bear in mind that only UK citizens can sign)

CLICK BELOW: https://www.change.org/Scottish-Schools-Mental-Health

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Petition: Improve mental health education in Scottish secondary schools

Hi, I'd really appreciate 2 mins of your time to sign and share this petition I've published on improving mental health education in Scottish secondary schools. 😊

With many students struggling and feeling lost during the current pandemic, bettering mental health support in schools is so important.

Thanks for any help and support with this! (bear in mind that only UK citizens can sign)

CLICK BELOW: https://www.change.org/Scottish-Schools-Mental-Health

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Petition: Improve mental health education in Scottish secondary schools

Hi, I'd really appreciate 2 mins of your time to sign and share this petition I've published on improving mental health education in Scottish secondary schools. 😊

With many students struggling and feeling lost during the current pandemic, bettering mental health support in schools is so important.

Thanks for any help and support with this! (bear in mind that only UK citizens can sign)

CLICK BELOW: https://www.change.org/Scottish-Schools-Mental-Health

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Improve mental health education in Scottish secondary schools

Hi, I'd really appreciate 2 mins of your time to sign and share this petition I've published on improving mental health education in Scottish secondary schools. 😊

With many students struggling and feeling lost during the current pandemic, bettering mental health support in schools is so important.

Thanks for any help and support with this! (bear in mind that only UK citizens can sign)

CLICK BELOW: https://www.change.org/Scottish-Schools-Mental-Health

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Petition: Improve mental health education in Scottish secondary schools

Hi, I'd really appreciate 2 mins of your time to sign and share this petition I've published on improving mental health education in Scottish secondary schools. 😊

With many students struggling and feeling lost during the current pandemic, bettering mental health support in schools is so important.

Thanks for any help and support with this! (bear in mind that only UK citizens can sign)

CLICK BELOW: https://www.change.org/Scottish-Schools-Mental-Health

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