school system of Norway

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  • Education -- Norway.,
  • School management and organization -- Norway.

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LC ClassificationsLA894 .A6 1913a
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Pagination232 p.
Number of Pages232
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Open LibraryOL23404418M
LC Control Number14005003

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THE SCHOOL SYSTEM OF NORWAY Chapter I BACKGROUND AND ORGANIZATION I. INTRODUCTION. The history of mankind in Norway covers a period of at least five thousand years and includes a great variety of interesting incidents and conditions.

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In Norway, the education system is made up of primary school (Barneskole), lower secondary school (Ungdomsskole) and upper secondary school (Videregående skole).Everyone between the ages of 6 – 16 must attend school in Norway. All public education is free in Norway, and classes are taught in Norwegian (with the exception of foreign language classes, of course).

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This is a follow-up to my previous post in which I focused on statistical methods by which we might approach this question. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Schools in Norway are usually divided into the following categories: elementary schools (barneskole) 1st to 7th grade, lower secondary schools (ungdomsskole) 8th to 10th grade, upper secondary schools (videregående skole) 11th to 13th grade, colleges (høgskole) and universities (universitet).

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Primary school extends through Grade 7. All schools offer an afterschool programme for children from grades 1 to 4 ("SFO" or "skolefritidsordning" in Norwegian).

Middle school Grades 8, 9 and 10 are instructed in a middle school ("ungdomsskole" in Norwegian) that typically draws its attendees from 2 or 3 different primary schools. The school system in Norway is almost entirely a public responsibility; that is to say it is in general supported either by the local authority (kommune), the regional authority (county) or by the state.

It is also possible to run private. The Norwegian system is similar to those elsewhere in Europe and is divided into three levels: • Primary and lower-secondary schools, compulsory for six- to year-olds. • Upper-secondary schools, elective for to year-olds. The Norwegian school system is based on the principles of equality and adapted learning for everyone within an inclusive environment.

All students should develop key skills, and in the course of their education they should both face challenges and experience a sense of achievement. Ministry of Education and Research. Norwegian schools. In Norway, every kid between the ages of 6 – 16 has to attend the school.

There are three educational levels at school: Barneskole (primary school), Ungdomsskole (lower secondary school) and Videregående skole (upper secondary school)/5(16).

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The first ten years of the Norwegian school system is called ‘grunnskole’, which comprises primary and lower secondary education. Children start school in August of the year in which they turn six. Norway-Vulcan Area Schools is located in Dickinson County in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

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Education in Finland is an education system, in Finland, that consists of daycare programmes (for babies and toddlers) and a one-year "pre-school" (or kindergarten for six-year-olds); a nine-year compulsory basic comprehensive school (starting at age seven and ending at the age of sixteen, or by receiving the graduation diploma); post-compulsory secondary general academic and Primary languages: Finnish and Swedish.

Most public schools offer extra language tuition and support lessons for children who do not know Norwegian, but this varies according to need and resources. It is advisable to enquire with the school or the school administration. The following is a list of selected public schools in Oslo: Vinderen skole Haakon den Godesv.

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- Sports at school - Home school SOURCES .Statistics Norway, Division for Education Statistics is responsible for this publication Facts about Norway Official name: The Kingdom of Norway System of government: Constitutional Monarchy Area: The Kingdom of Norway: km2 Mainland: km2 (7,6 prosent vernet) Svalbard and Jan Mayen: 61 km2 (57,1 per cent protected).

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