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German Minority Schools in Upper Silesia, Access, Case

German Minority Schools in Upper Silesia (Advisory Opinion)

German Minority Schools in Upper Silesia, Access, Case

Vocational Upper-Secondary Education and the Transition from School

Change in Social Selection to Upper Secondary School—Primary and Secondary Effects in Sweden

Making Their Mark: The Effects of Neighbourhood and Upper Secondary School on Educational Achievement

Iodine Deficiency Disorders Among School Children in Upper Egypt: An Epidemiologic Study

Does the Ethnic Composition of Upper Secondary Schools Influence Educational Achievement and Attainment? A Multilevel Analysis of the Norwegian Case

Evaluation of Mid-upper Arm Circumference in Pre-school Children: Comparison Between NCHS/CDC-2000 and WHO-2006 References

R (Independent Schools Council) v Charity Commission for England and Wales [2012] Ch 214, Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery Chamber)

Educational Expansion and Persistent Inequalities of Education: Utilizing Subjective Expected Utility Theory to Explain Increasing Participation Rates in Upper Secondary School in the Federal Republic of Germany

Rights of Minorities in Upper Silesia (Minority Schools), Germany v Poland, Judgment, (1928) PCIJ Series A no 15, ICGJ 253 (PCIJ 1928), 26th April 1928, Permanent Court of International Justice (historical) [PCIJ]

Access to German Minority Schools in Upper Silesia, Germany v Poland, Advisory Opinion, (1931) PCIJ Series A/B no 40, ICGJ 286 (PCIJ 1931), 15th May 1931, Permanent Court of International Justice (historical) [PCIJ]

 

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This term usually refers to Years 12 and 13 in a secondary school, to distinguish older pupils from those in compulsory education in Key Stages 3 and 4, which may be referred to as ‘lower school’. This meaning probably originates from a similar usage in traditional public, fee‐paying schools.

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