compare and construct primary education system in USA with Sri Lanka

compare and construct primary education system in the USA with Sri Lanka?

How primary education in Sri Lanka is different from Pakistan?

Discuss the reason of dropped out of primary level education in Pakistan?

A Comparison of the Education Systems of the United States, and Sri Lanka Each country’s educational system is based on an educational philosophy that is the product of many years of tradition and practice.  Education is designed to further the goals of society by acculturating the youth.  The United States, the Republic of Korea, and Sri Lanka have very different histories and their longevities as countries also differ greatly.  The purpose of this paper is to examine the educational systems in the United States, the Republic of Korea, and Sri Lanka in terms of their educational philosophies

Primary Education in the USA:

Elementary education starts at the age of five or six, attendance at kindergarten

isn’t always compulsory. To qualify for kindergarten a child must be five years old on or before a ‘cut-off’ date Elementary school, which is almost always co-educational (mixed boys and girls), is usually attended from the age of 5 or 6 until 11 (grades K to 6), when students go on to a middle or junior high school.

In some districts, students attend elementary school until 13 (up to grade 8) before attending a senior high school.

Enrolling a child in a USA school is a fairly simple process. There are no Interactions and interviews. The basic requirement for enrollment of a child in a public school is

That and child lives in the district. As a parent, all you need to furnish is proof of residence with your name and address on it, like an apartment lease, though telephone and electric (Utility bills)

Are widely preferred proofs. You will also be required to submit vaccination ad other medical Records

Primary education in Sri Lanka

School education in Sri Lanka is compulsory through to age 14, when students may disengage in favor of an apprenticeship or job. The first 5 years are spent in primary school. At the end of this, there is an optional scholarship examination that may permit access to a superior grade of school. At the primary level, female school attendance is essentially universal, according to government statistics, while it stands at 99 percent for boys. All children are entitled to attend school free of charge, a provision that includes free books and free school uniforms up to

The education structure is divided into five parts:

primary,

junior secondary,

senior secondary,

collegiate and

tertiary

Structure

Kindergarten: 4-5 year olds

Grade 1: 5-6-year-olds

Grade 2: 6-7-year-olds

Grade 3: 7-8-year-olds

Grade 4: 8-9-year-olds

Grade 5: 9-10-year-olds

Scholarship Examination

How primary education in Sri Lanka is diff from Pakistan:

Primary Education in Sri Lanka

Education in Sei Lanka is overseen by the Ministry of Education

Schooling is compulsory for children from 5 + to 13 years of age. Education is state-funded

Offered free of charge at all levels, including the university level. The government also provides free textbooks to schoolchildren.

The education structure is divided into five parts:

primary,

junior secondary,

senior secondary,

collegiate and

tertiary

Structure

Kindergarten: 4-5 year olds

Grade 1: 5-6-year-olds

Grade 2: 6-7-year-olds

Grade 3: 7-8-year-olds

Grade 4: 8-9-year-olds

Grade 5: 9-10-year-olds

Scholarship Examination

Primary education in Pakistan

Education in Pakistan is overseen by the Federal ministry of education of Pakistan

School from grade 1 to 5. Only 80% of Pakistani children finish primary school education.

Pakistan provides free and compulsory quality education to children of the age group 5 to 16 years.

Education is designed

for 3-5 years old and usually consists of three stages:

Play Group

Nursery

Kindergarten

After pre-school education, students go through junior from grades 1 to 5.

 Causes of dropout primary level in Pakistan:

  • Lack of Trained teacher/staff
  • Lack of relationship between the student teacher
  • Physical factors
  • Economical factors
  • Geographical factor
  • Lack of financial resources
  • Poor policy implementation
  • Lack of school supervision
  • Terrorism
  • Lack of learning recourses
  • Issue of textbook

 

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