Education systems

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This page has been replaced by three separate pages:


The page previously acted as an index to information about educations systems. The list on the left provides links to information organised by 'approaches' to education. The list on the right provides links to information about the education systems in different countries (both traditional/formal and alternative/informal).

Educational approaches Education systems by country
Alternative education

Ananda Marga Gurukula - Neo Humanist Education
Bilingual schools
Buber, Martin
Charter schools
City Technology Colleges & Academies
Community schools
Dame schools
Democratic education
Deschooling
Dewey
Distance education
e-learning
Experiential learning
Experimental schools
Faith schools
Flexi-schools
Flexible schooling
Folk education
Free schools
Freedom schools
Freire
Friends (Quaker) schools
Freinet
Froebel
Home schooling
Informal and lifelong learning
Informal education
Jenaplan (Petersen)
Sri Atamananda Memorial School approach
Krishnamurti
Kumon
Magnet schools
Martin Buber
Montessori
Movimento da Escola Moderna Portuguesa (MEM)
Multigrade schools
Multicultural education
Open education
Open schools
Open universities
Peoples universities
Problem based learning (PBL)
Reggio Emilia
Rousseau
School without walls
Second chance schools
Small schools
Steiner (Waldorf)
Te Whaariki
Universities of the third age
Waldorf (Steiner)
Virtual schooling

Australia

Bangladesh
Canada
China
Denmark
Eire
England
EU (European Union)
Finland
France
Germany
Holland
Hong Kong
India
Italy
Japan
Korea (South)
Malta
New Zealand
Northern Ireland
Portugal
Romania
Saudi Arabia
Scotland
South Africa
South Korea
Southern Ireland
Spain
Sweden
Thailand
Tunisia
UK
USA
Wales


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