eBook Culture and Education: Carnival in Trinidad and Tobago - Implications for Education in Secondary Schools download
by Hollis Liverpool
Author: Hollis Liverpool
Publisher: Karia Press (March 23, 2011)
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Education in Trinidad and Tobago is free and compulsory between ages 5 and 16. Trinidad and Tobago is considered one of the most educated countries in the World with a literacy rate exceeding 98%. This exceptionally high literacy rate can be attributed, in part, to free tuition from Kindergarten (Pre-School) to University. The education system generally starts at Pre-School at the early age of three years.
From a national perspective, Trinidad and Tobago lack special education resources due to their developing economy ( Armstrong et a. 2005;Pedro & Conrad, 2006;Tsang, Fryer & Arevalo, 2002). Qualitative data collection comprised a self-administered questionnaire and focus group interviewing.
Secondary education, and increasingly a secondary education, has been considered as. .The law that still continues to guide the process of education in Trinidad and Tobago is the Education Act of 1966.
Secondary education, and increasingly a secondary education, has been considered as a means of pulling Trinidad and Tobago into the realm of modern economies. Hence, since 1962, there has been a great deal of attention paid to reform and innovation in the secondary sector. At this time as well, the University of the West Indies was emerging as the premier tertiary institution in the Caribbean.
Education is post-secondary study leading to diploma, certificates and degrees Two major higher education institutions .
Education is post-secondary study leading to diploma, certificates and degrees Two major higher education institutions: University of West Indies National Institute for Higher Education . Primary Education Primary. consists of 2 preparatory ("infant") grades and 5 "standard" grades Includes children 5 to 11 years of age Education is free and compulsory through primary. Because Placement in secondary school is limited and based solely on CEE scores, pressure on students in T&T is greater than the pressure on their American counterparts. Secondary Education Secondary.
The beginning of secondary education and formal schooling was marked by a ritual known as the upanayana, or.These forces produced revolutionary changes in education. Schools were established in growing towns, and even day scholars were admitted
The beginning of secondary education and formal schooling was marked by a ritual known as the upanayana, or thread ceremony, which was restricted to boys only and was more or less compulsory for boys of the three higher castes. The Brahman boys had this ceremony at the age of 8, the Kshatriya boys at the age of 11, and the Vaishya boys at the age of 12. The boy would leave his father’s house and enter his preceptor’s ashrama, a home situated amid sylvan surroundings. Schools were established in growing towns, and even day scholars were admitted. Studies were chosen freely and not according to caste.
Secondary education, or secondary school, is a period of education which follows directly after primary education .
Secondary education, or secondary school, is a period of education which follows directly after primary education (such as intermediate school or elementary school ), and which may be followed by tertiary or "post-secondary" education. The purpose of a secondary education can be to prepare for either higher education or vocational training In education in the United Kingdom, a grammar school is a secondary school attended by pupils aged 11 to 18 to which entry is controlled by means of an academically selective process consisting, largely or exclusively, of a written examination.
Both the Government and the private sector also provide financial assistance in the form of academic scholarships to gifted or needy students for study at local, regional or international universities.