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Title: The Ukrainian educational system is organised into four levels:primary, secondary, higher and post-secondary education.


1
At the age of sixteen schoolchildren leave the
elementary school and may continue their
education at one of the secondary schools or
high schools, as they call them.
Elementary education at the age of six or
seven, when a child goes to the first grade
Each state has its own system of public schools.
Education in the USA
2
After graduating from secondary schools a
growing number of Americans go on to higher
education. After the first two years every
student can select subjects according to his
professional interest.
Students must pay a tuition fee. The Americans
place a high value on education.
3
Education in Great Britain In Great Britain
children begin to go to school at the age of
five.
First they study at infant schools. At the age of
seven English schools.
If you have a look at an English pupils schools
record, you will see that the marks in it
differ from the marks we have.
4
At English schools there are marks from 1 up to
10 and at some schools from 1 up to 100.
Only 45 per cent continue with fulltime
education after 16.
The rest go to work or join employment training
schemes.
Junior school ends at the of 11 when pupils take
the Eleven Plus examination and then secondary
school begins. At the age of 16 schoolchildren
take their exams.
5
Education in Ukraine
The system of secondary education in Ukraine
includes primary forms and junior and senior
secondary forms.
Children usually go to school at the age of 6 or
7.
There are soma preschool institutions, like
nursery schools or kindergartens, but they are
not obligatory.
Primary forms comprise 1 to 4 forms. Junior
secondary forms comprise 5 to 9 forms.
6
After the 9th form children can enter technical
schools of different types.
Those who want to enter higher educational
institutions should complete 10 -11 forms.
The system of higher education is presented by
universities, polytechnic instates or
specialized
Students can also enter higher educational
institutions after graduating from specialized
colleges or lyceums.
7
USA, Great Britain / Ukraine
  • The programmer in the elementary school includes
    such subjects as Geography, History of the USA,
    Natural Sciences, Wand or Metal Work
  • In Great Britain children at the age of seven do
    such subject as Natural History, French and Latin
  • In USA after the first two of higher education
    years every student can select subjects according
    to his professional interest
  • The National Government gives no direct financial
    aid to the institutions of higher education in
    USA.
  • At English school there are marks from 1 to 10
    and at some schools from 1 to 100.
  • In Ukraine in the elementary school children
    learn to read and write, Math, Music, Russian
  • Students can not select subjects in Universities,
    Institutes, Colledjes.
  • There are lots of State institutions of higher
    education in Ukraine which receive financial
    support
  • Our schoolchildren get marks 1 to 12.
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