Compare and Contrast High School Education between Indonesia and Australia
Indonesia and Australia have similarities and differences in the education system. Both countries are especially concentrated of education. It can be seen from the number of public and private schools grow well on a national scale in each country. However, there are some fundamental differences in educational systems and regulations between Indonesia and Australia.
Types of school in each country have similarities, there are Public School and Private School. 60 percent of students in Australia and Indonesia tend to choose Public School because Public School is cheaper than Private School. But many parents of the students prefer to choose Private School because of some reasons, such as better facilities and more discipline or close from their home. While types of school of education is generally the same, the countries different significantly in the length of school. In Australia system of education is broadly divided into three broad areas: Primary School, Secondary School and Tertiary Education. Primary School, Children attend primary school from approximately the age of 5 to 11 years. Classes are usually comprised of boys and girls together, sometimes less so in private schools, and students usually remain in the same class for all their lessons. A full range of subjects is normally taught by a single teacher. From the age of about 12 to about 16-17, students attend secondary school. Some schools divide into "junior" and "senior" schools in recognition of the different roles they play in the overall education system. In Australia, schooling is compulsory up until Year 10 (approximately age 15-16). Years 11 and 12, the final two years of secondary school in Australia, are designed to prepare students for higher level entry into training programs or to enter university. Tertiary education in Australia is divided into two sectors such as Vocational...
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