Ina secondary branch of the inspectorate was established and the Board of Education published the first of its annual Regulations for Secondary Schoolsdefining a four-year subject-based course leading to a certificate in English language and literature, geography, history, a foreign language, mathematics, science, drawing, manual work, physical training and, for girls, housewifery. The Regulations were written by Robert Morant and echoed his preference for traditional studies and his doubts about the higher-grade type of curriculum. The intention was clearly to preserve as much as possible of the traditional grammar- and public-school emphasis and spirit, and the assumption was that secondary education should be designed with university requirements in mind Lawson and Silver
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High School Graduation Rates: Burke and Tim R. Attracting and retaining top-third graduates to careers in teaching:Featured Term Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Process of designing instruction that is accessible by all students; UDL includes multiple means of representation, multiple means of expression, and multiple means of engagement; the focus in creation of UDL curricula is on technology and materials.
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This is not the case in less developed countries, where The Importance of Universal Education © Population Connection Video Contest: Background Reading secondary school are especially likely to have fewer children.
What’s being done? International Journal of Education and Research Vol. 2 No. 10 October STUDENTS’ ABSENTEEISM: A SILENT KILLER OF UNIVERSAL SECONDARY.