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eBook Public education and the future of Puerto Rico: A curriculum survey, 1948-1949 (The Puerto Rican experience) ePub

by Columbia University

  • ISBN: 0405062257
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  • Author: Columbia University
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Arno Press (1975)
  • ePub book: 1331 kb
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Rico: A curriculum survey, 1948-1949 (The Puerto Rican experience)

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Education in Puerto Rico is overseen by the Department of Education of Puerto Rico and the Puerto Rico Education Council. The Department oversees all elementary and secondary public education while the Council oversees all academic standards and issues licenses to educational institutions wishing to operate or establish themselves in Puerto Rico. Instruction in Puerto Rico is compulsory between the ages of five and 18, which comprises the elementary and high school grades

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Education in Puerto Rico is overseen and administered by the country’s Department of Education and the Puerto Rican Education Council. The University of Puerto Rico's College of Education has also exercised much influence in this area. The Department of Education supervises all primary and secondary public education while the Council oversees all academic standards, and issues licenses to private educational institutions wishing to operate or establish themselves in Puerto Rico. Schooling in Puerto Rico is compulsory between the ages of 6 and 17, which comprises the elementary, intermediate and high school grades.

Puerto Rico’s housing secretary estimates that 300,000 homes have suffered significant damage

Puerto Rico’s housing secretary estimates that 300,000 homes have suffered significant damage. REF Approximately one-third of schools were damaged by the hurricane, and the Puerto Rican Secretary of Education plans to close approximately one-quarter of the schools on the island: 266 out of 1,100 schools are slated for closure. REF The school closures are also a response to. the decrease in Puerto Rico’s school-age population over the past 20 years.

University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras. Nevertheless, significant numbers of Puerto Ricans are adept in English and can be characterized as competent bilinguals

University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras. Nevertheless, significant numbers of Puerto Ricans are adept in English and can be characterized as competent bilinguals.

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