The Interesting Education system in Italy

The Italian education is free and compulsory for all children between ages 6 to 16 years.  The education system of Italy is divided into different classes like nursery, Kindergarten, elementary school, middle school, and high school.

In Italy, schooling is imparted in both public and private schools.  The school system starts with Kindergarten for 3 to 6 years old children; elementary schooling is attended by children between 6 to-11 years old; lower secondary or middle school for 11-14 years; highly standardized schooling or other training for 15 to 19 years old children.

In Italy, it is not compulsory to get a postsecondary schooling. It includes a wide range of art school, technical and trade schools, scientific and humanistic preparatory schools, and teacher –training schools. Students of these schools can continue their study at university- level or non-university- level courses.

University education has three-level. At the first level, between two or three years are spent to gain a degree. In the second level, it takes four to six years to gain a university diploma. At the third level, the main courses of two to five or three to four years are provided.

Indian education system – Aware earth

In the 21st century, almost all people had a high school diploma and junior high school diplomas.  Some had obtained the degree of college. But with time, the educational system has changed, and now, about two-thirds of pupils take higher education. Most universities and schools are administrated by the state.

In 1985, programs and pedagogical guidelines were organized for lower elementary and elementary education. All higher education issues were provided to the Ministry of Universities and Scientific Research. 

Parents have the option to take direct responsibility for education for their children. But they have to file yearly report to the provincial director of Education and children have to pass the state exam.

Parents have an option for providing compulsory education to their children and sending them to school. They have also an option for a job as a tutor.

School headteachers have the responsibility of student attendance who are considered to be equal to the school principal of the United States.

After completing the elementary education of children, headteachers have responsibilities for transferring students to middle and lower secondary schools.

Headteachers have all responsibility to contact those parents whose children not attending schools. If parents do not follow the policies are punished.

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