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The system of education in Iran

Jakob Arnoldi

The system of education in Iran

by Jakob Arnoldi

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Published by Danish Refugee Council in Copenhagen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education -- Iran -- Statistics.,
  • Education -- Iran.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementwritten by Jakob Arnoldi, Maja Plum, Henriette Chor ; edited by Tom Petersen.
    ContributionsChor, Henriette., Petersen, Tom, 1963-, Plum, Maja., Dansk flygtningehjælp.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination81 p. :
    Number of Pages81
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18752115M
    ISBN 108777103645
    OCLC/WorldCa61093925

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The educational system of Iran is examined in this document. The basic structural pattern of Iranian education provides for six years of elementary and six years of secondary divided into two 3-year stages. Higher education, including teacher education, is offered at a variety of universities, colleges, and institutes.

Vocational programs are available. Iran - Iran - Education: Education is compulsory between the ages of 6 and Roughly four-fifths of men and two-thirds of women are literate. Primary education is followed by a three-year guidance cycle, which assesses students’ aptitudes and determines whether they will enter an academic, scientific, or vocational program during high school.

Given these recent developments in Iran, where protests have broken out in towns and cities throughout the country, we would like to spotlight Iran and share with you the following facts on the country and its education system: 1.

Iran is one of the oldest nations in the world, with a history dating back tens of thousands of years. education system affected the Iranian society in general while indicating certain important plans in this respect. The third chapter will focus on Islamic Revolution and changes in the education system implemented by Cultural Revolution.

I am going to present the Islamic elites’ perception on changes in education system of previous Size: KB. In Iran, all schools are single-sex. The education system in Iran is divided into two main levels: primary education and high-school education. All children spend six years of their lives at primary level from ages six to 12 and attend high school from ages 12 to Primary education is compulsory in Iran.

Laura Secor: Six The system of education in Iran book Books on Iran. By and the story is an education for the Western reader unaware of the powerful tides of Shi’ite and Persian thought over a Author: Laura Secor. Primary Education School education is free right through state secondary school, and mandatory for primary school grades.

42% of the national budget is applied to education with ongoing efforts to beneficiate rural areas. The process begins with 1 year of pre-school orientation following which children automatically enter.

The university is presently active in over cities in Iran with more than half a million students. Other private institutes of higher education Some 33 private institutes of higher education, offering both undergraduate and postgraduate courses with ab students are active in Iran.

In Iran they have a five- year- elementary school education and both middle school and high school are three years. After students got their high school diploma they must complete the university entrance test called Iran University Entrance Exam A-Level, an equivalent to the be hated SAT test in USA.

Education system of islamic republic of iran 1. Education system of Islamic Republic of Iran 2. Principles and general objectives of education According to the document approved by the supreme council of education in ,national development is the primary aim of education to increase productivity, achieve social and national integration,and cultivate.

The Education of Iranian Women: A Historical Investigation of. Education and Unveiling (Kashf e Hijab) Faegheh Shirazi. About the Editors. Goli M. Rezai-Rashti is Professor of Education and Women’s Studies at the University of Western Ontario, Canada. Golnar Mehran is Professor of Education at Al-Zahra University, Iran.

Mathematics Education in Iran From Ancient to Modern Yahya Tabesh Sharif University of Technology Shima Salehi Stanford University 1. Introduction Land of Persia was a cradle of science in ancient times and moved to the modern Iran through historical ups and downs.

Iran has been a land of prominent, influential figures in science, arts andFile Size: 2MB. Teacher Education Specific to Mathematics and Science.

Prior tothe majority of teachers and educational staff in Iran received qualifications from the Ministry of Education’s Higher In-Service Education Center. Sinceuniversities and higher education institutes have offered in-service, long-term degree programs. Given these recent developments, we would like to spotlight Iran and share with you the following facts on the country and its education system: 1.

Iran is one of the oldest nations in the world, with a history dating back tens of thousands of years. The country’s first great city, Susa, was built on the central plateau around B.C. The Importance of Education in Persepolis Persepolis by Marjane Satropi is set in Iran during the Islamic Revolution.

Education therefore was a necessity during the time, especially because people are constantly enforcing a common mind set, particularly regarding the established : Melissa Lancaster.

Iran is currently one of the world’s leading countries regarding its higher education system’s rate of growth. As a country with a young population and plentiful resources, and the fact that it houses a number of Asia’s leading universities and research centers, Iran is already becoming a favorite higher education destination in its.

quotation of Iran's late leader (Imam Khomeini, PBUH) whose opinion of foreign languages in Iran appears on the opening pages of all school-level English books in Iran: Earlier there was no need for foreign languages. Today, there is a need, however.

The world's living languages should be included in the syllabi of schools. The present educational system in Iran, implemented around and modified inincludes two main cycles of public and university education, each with specified years of instruction. Public education includes one year of pre-elementary and five years of elementary school, three years of junior high school, three years of high school, and.

overview of how China’s education system is organised and operates, and how reforms, both past and current, have reshaped education in China over time.

The report then examines in greater detail education in the four economies within China that participated in PISA It provides the context in which China’s participation in PISA – and itsFile Size: 2MB.

Education During the Iranian Revolution Pre-revolutionary Education Iran underwent a change in education during the Pahlavi dynasty era, when the Shah was in power between Instead of putting importance solely on religious knowledge, schools in Iran began to modernize.

Authenticity of Iranian English Textbooks for Schools expanded the education system. junior and senior high school textbooks in Iran, but the content of the new book has not been.Considering the issues of EFL (English as a Foreign Language) teacher education, recruitment, and supervision system in Iran, this study investigated the Iranian EFL teachers’ familiarity.Education is free and compulsory from ages 7 to Arabic is the medium of instruction in the Syrian Arab Republic.

English is taught from grade 1, and French is taught from grade 7 in the basic learning stage as the primary second language.

According to the census, 98 percent of schools in Syria are public (state run), percent are.