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Romanian education system


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Romanian education system

  2. 2. Age Grade Educational Levels Post-graduate education Higher education and post-graduate Higher Education education> 19 Post-secondary Post-high school (tertiary education) non-tertiary education18 XIII High school17 XII Upper Cycle Upper secondary education High school16 XI Upper Cycle Completion Year15 X High school Arts and Trades14 IX Lower Cycle School13 VIII Lower secondary education12 VII First cycle of lower secondary11 VI (gimnaziu)10 V 9 IV 8 III Primary Education Primary education 7 II 6 I 5 Preparatory 4 Middle Pre-primary Education Pre-school education 3 Beginner
  3. 3.  National Curriculum • LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION • MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE - Seven Curricular Areas: • PEOPLE AND SOCIETY • ARTS • PHYSICAL EDUCATION • TECHNOLOGIES • COUNSELLING AND GUIDANCE - Core Curriculum (75%) - School-based Curriculum (electives) School Educational Offer - Extracurricular activities - special educational programs for students
  4. 4.  Class size - depends on the educational level: • 15  20  25 … 30 School year: • 34 to 36 weeks • starting date: September 15th • ending date: June 15th Timetable: • 50-minute classes / 10-minute breaks • Morning or afternoon classes
  5. 5. • Equal and improved access to education• High educational standards and training for a knowledge-based society• Decentralizing of the education system• Turning education into a basic tool in the modernisation process of Romania• Envisaging the investment in human resources as the most profitable long-term investment• Improvement of rural education• Combining excellence and general education in an efficient way• IT contribution to education• Enhancing the European dimension of education• Lifelong learning education
  6. 6.  To monitor the organization and operation of the pre- university education network and to inspect schools; To ensure compliance with the law in the organization, management and provision of education; To set up public education units – kindergartens, primary schools, gymnasiums and art and trades schools; To propose to the Ministry of Education the local school network under their jurisdiction and the students’ enrolment plan;
  7. 7. 2. To support schools and teaching staff to improve education & training activities4. To support evaluation of the quality of the educational offer and the school performances of the students – at local, county and national level – by providing accurate information to the decision makers through the inspections reports
  8. 8. 2. The school performances of the students according to the national educational standards;3. The school’s methods to encourage and support students’ personal development;4. The quality of the teaching;5. The quality of the management and the efficiency in using the resources;
  9. 9. 1. The quality of the curriculum, the quality of the extra-curricular activities and the ability of the school to implement the national curriculum;2. School-parents relationship;3. School-local community relationship;4. Compliance with the in-force legislation, procedures, rules and regulations;5. Students’ attitudes towards the education offered by the school.
  10. 10. Administration Director Teachers’ council council Heads of Heads of departments commissions Chief accountant Chief secretary Librarian Teachers’ assistants Deputy director Counsellor School Educational administration projects and ICT development programmes School Students tutors administrator Projects Administrative staff coordinators Teachers
  11. 11.  Quality control – School Inspectorates Quality assurance – CEAC School evaluation – ARACIP
  12. 12.  Ensuring access to and improving quality of education for everyone  Curriculum based on key competences  Rural area  Disadvantaged groups (Rroma minority and SNS) Developing human resources for the knowledge society  The eLearning initiative  Reform of compulsory education Development the lifelong learning system according to the EU standards