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Taiwan's Education System (tw)
One of Taiwan's best assets as a nation is its solid education system.
Taiwan's educational system begins with one to two years of preschool education and nine years of compulsory education, including six years of elementary education and three years of junior high school education.
After finishing compulsory education, students take national exams in order to receive senior secondary education, which includes three years of senior high school, three years of vocational high school, or five years of junior college.
To receive post-secondary education, students have to take the Joint College Entrance Examination or other national exams. These tests are highly competitive. After graduation, if students choose to continue their education, they can take the exams required to enter graduate school.
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Teaching in Taiwan (tw)
Our aim at buxiban.com is to provide a comprehensive, one-stop reference point for those expatriates choosing to work as English teachers here in Taiwan.
The site offers information about teaching English in Taiwan, as well as a complete list of schools that foreigners can work in. Extensive teaching vacancy information is available and updated almost daily.
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National Chang-Hua School for Students with SEN (tw)
National Chang-Hua School for Student with Special Needs
taiwan | tw | SEN | school |
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League of Welfare Organization for Disable (tw)
League of Welfare Organization for Disabled
taiwan | tw | SEN |
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Parents Association : SEN (tw)
Parents?Association for Persons with Intellectual Disability, Taiwan R.O.C
The PAPID, was founded on Jan.5, l992 by delegates from local parents associations all over Taiwan and Peng-hu. The basic reason for establishing such a central administrative body was to speak for all intellectually disabled in Taiwan,for strive for their rights and protection.
There are 37 local chapters in Taiwan and Peng-hu. Up to 2000, there are over 15,O0O families Joining different local chapters.
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