Education system

The Royal Government of Hokoria has not developed a detailed education plan or organised an education system at this time. Citizens may be able to access foreign education systems.

How a Hokorian education system could look

The Royal Government of Hokoria has said that a Hokorian education system would focus on development and equipping students with the skills and knowledge that they need in order to thrive in life.

There would be two educational pathways, to support students. The mainstream education pathway would be for students who need little additional support or attention throughout their education. The supported education system would be for students who would greatly benefit from receiving additional support and attention throughout their education, with a professional recommending supported education for them.

Mainstream education

  • Early education (4-6 years)
  • Lower education (6-12 years)
  • Middle education (12-16 years)
  • Upper education (16-19 years)
  • Advanced education (19+)

Supported education

  • Supported early education (3-6 years)
  • Supported lower education (6-14 years)
  • Supported middle education (14-18 years)
  • Supported upper education (18-21 years)
  • Supported advanced education (21+)

How schools could work

Primary Schools would offer early and lower education for students, ensuring that the transition between early and lower education is minimal and that relationships with other students can thrive.

Secondary Schools would offer middle education for students, teaching a wider range of subjects and introducing students to new topics, interests and students.

Colleges and Universities would offer upper and advanced education for students.

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