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THE SPANISH EDUCATION SYSTEM
Transcript of THE SPANISH EDUCATION SYSTEM
Differences among regions (Comunidades autónomas). timetables teachers wages languages special projects financial decisions Types of Schools State schools: teachers are civil servants.
Semi-private schools: they often belong to a religious organisation and they are funded by the goverment.
THEY ARE ALL COMPREHENSIVE
ALL FAMILIES ARE ALLOWED TO APPLY FOR EITHER TYPE ACCORDING TO CERTAIN CRITERIA
Private schools Different stages Infant and Pre-school Education Two stages: From 0-3 and from 3 to 6.
Emphasis is on group work, creative activity and guided play. Primary Education (from 6 to 11 years old): compulsory 25 pupils per class.
Specialist teachers: Music, English and PE.
Emphasis on literacy and numeracy in early years. Lower Secundary Education (from 12 to 16 years old): compulsory 30 pupils per class.
At 3rd level, pupils can choose:
Technological way option
Artistic option. AFTER SECONDARY EDUCATION AFTER SECONDARY EDUCATION Upper Secondary
(16 to 18)
Vocational Education And Training
Middle Level Vocational Training
Upper Level Vocational Training Parallel Schools Official Schools of Languages
Music Schools (Conservatorios)
Arts Schools Outstanding Programmes Development of Key Competences (PISA - COMBAS/PICBA) ICT schools Bilingual schools Miscellaneous Headteachers belong to the teaching staff. They are chosen by the educational body (teachers, parents and students). They can be changed every four years.
Funds received by schools are mainly spent in facilities and utilities.
Staff get paid by the regional government.
No external exams are taken by students in compulsory education.
Quite recently, during Primary and Secondary, students take PED, a series of tests, with no academic value.
Students are assessed every term by their own teachers at school.
Timetables and holidays THANK YOU VERY MUCH !