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Transcript of Education
School is compulsory for every child, and each public school will be government funded.
Each child starts school at the age of four. There will be two levels of schools: primary (K-6), and secondary (7-13). Primary school hours are 8-12 and 1-3; secondary school hours are 8-12 and 1-6, with an hour of supervised study.
The option of home-school is open; families will receive a government grant, and the children will be regularly assessed.
In grades K-10, students will follow set schedules with required subjects.
In grades 11-12, they will explore career paths and begin taking a few career-centered specialized classes as part of their daily schedule, and grade 13 will be entirely specialized. By their 13th grade, students should have chosen a career path.
Then, they will take a series of college entrance exams should they choose to do so. Afterward, they have the option of going to four-year colleges, but they must pay themselves.
Teachers will be the elite class in Athazel
Teachers will be trained in a special government-funded academy, and will be routinely tested to ensure that they meet requirements.
The school each child goes to will be determined by the region they live in. There will be diagnostic and Rorschach tests to determine each child’s strong suits and personality.
Honors classes will always be open to the gifted.
Mentally and physically disabled students will have government assigned tutors.