Secondary School Graduation: University Entrance by Wolfgang Mitter

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It does not embrace the multiplicity within the national variations, but serves, we think, as a preliminary to the analysis of structural problems which will follow. Our classification scheme, which is linked with the horizontal stratification of school systems, contains the following terms: (1) Pre-school institutions are all those educational establishments in which children, before entry into school, are in any way purposefully prepared for systematic learning in school. g. summer-kindergartens in the country areas) and afternoon playgroups.

CHAPTER 3 Common Features and Differences in the Socialist System of Education T h e expansion of secondary education, characterised in the preceding chapter as a trend of industrial society, has recently been encountering in Western industrial countries ideas and indications of future plans which seem to show a trend running counter to this. Here it is a question of signs of a departure from that general expansion of school systems which dominated the aims, and measures derived from them, during the sixties.

Romania: Guidelines of the Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party of 22-25 April 1968; "Law on instruction in the Socialist Republic of Romania" of 13 May 1968; Resolution of the 2nd National Conference of the Romanian Communist Party of 19-21 July 1972; Resolution of the Plenum of the Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party of 18 and 19 July 1973 ("On the development and perfection of the instruction system in the Socialist Republic of Romania"); "Resolution no. 354 of the Council of Ministers of the Socialist Republic of Romania concerning measures for the generalisation of the first level of the Lyceum from the school year 1974/75" of 5 April 1974; Programme of the Romanian Communist Party, approved by the 11th Party Congress of 25-28 November 1974.

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