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State department of school education.
Last Updated: September 1, 2015
Abilities relevant to age
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Education conditions in various states around the world.
Free English language textbooks for education.
Human rights and unjustified pension plan
Licensing of educator issues in the state and outside the state.
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Abilities relevant to age
What abilities should a 1-year-old child possess?
What abilities should a 2-year-old child possess?
What abilities should a 3-year-old child possess?
What abilities should a 4-year-old child possess?
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What abilities should a 12-year-old child possess?
What abilities should a 13-year-old human being possess?
What abilities should a 14-year-old human being possess?
What abilities should a 15-year-old human being possess?
What abilities should a 16-year-old human being possess?
What abilities should a 17-year-old human being possess?
What abilities should an 18-year-old human being possess?
What are examples of essential skills?
What abilities should you have learned by age 18 years?
Abilities
  1. Ability to Adapt

  2. Ability to delegate

  3. Ability to work independently

  4. Able to concentrate

  5. Able to coordinate

  6. Accepting Differences

  7. Accepting responsibility

  8. Accumulate

  9. Action planning

  10. Activities of Everyday Living

  11. Add, subtract, multiply, and divide real numbers.

  12. Adjusting controls

  13. Adjusting functional parts

  14. Administer

  15. Administrative

  16. Advise

  17. Advanced Machine Skills

  18. Age-specific English language

  19. Age-specific social skills (Social Sciences)

  20. Algebra

  21. Alert

  22. Aligning fixture

  23. Ambitious

  24. Amuse

  25. Analysis and Research

  26. Analytical Ability

  27. Analytical Reasoning

  28. Analyze data or facts

  29. Analyzing

  30. Analyzing—seeing implications and relationships, picking and investigations

  31. Answer

  32. Appoint

  33. Appraise

  34. Arbitrate

  35. Arrange

  36. Arrange social functions

  37. Arrive on time

  38. Articulate

  39. Artistic

  40. Asking questions—learning to formulate good questions

  41. Assertive

  42. Assertiveness

  43. Assertiveness in interviews

  44. Assign

  45. Assigning/Delegating

  46. Assist

  47. Attend

  48. Attentive

  49. Audit

  50. Audit records

  51. Auditory Processing

  52. Auditory Reception

  53. Authorize

  54. Balancing principles

  55. Basic Clerical skills

  56. Basic computer skills

  57. Basic mechanics

  58. Basic Skills (Essential skills)

  59. Bathing

  60. Be selective in asking

  61. Behavioral Interview Questions

  62. Behavioral Skills

  63. Behavioral Skills (supervisors)

  64. Being

  65. Breathing

  66. Brushing your teeth is a learned human ability.

  67. Bookkeeping

  68. Budget

  69. Budgeting

  70. Calculate

  71. Calculate, compute

  72. Calculating

  73. Calibrate

  74. Calibrating—learning the basic information about calibration, calibrating a thermometer, balance, timer

  75. Capable

  76. capsule form the significant material on a science topic

  77. Career Skills

  78. Caring

  79. Caring for an instrument—knowing how to store it, using

  80. Caring for oneself (eating, dressing, toileting, etc.)

  81. Character

  82. Cheerful

  83. Choices

  84. Choose

  85. Classify

  86. Classify data

  87. Classifying—identifying groups and categories, deciding

  88. Cleaning parts

  89. Climbing

  90. Cognitive Skills

  91. Cognitive Skills of the Brain

  92. Cognitive speed

  93. Cognitive Speed, and Collect

  94. Collecting data

  95. Communicate

  96. Communicate verbally

  97. Communicating

  98. Communication

  99. Communication Skills

  100. Communication Skills (List)

  101. Communication Skills (Top 10)

  102. Communications

  103. Community Servicevolunteering

  104. Compare, inspect, or record facts

  105. Comparing—noticing how things are alike

  106. Competent

  107. Competitive

  108. Complaint Resolving Skills

  109. Complaint Solving Skills

  110. Completion of Assignments

  111. Complex Problem Solving Skills

  112. Compose

  113. Computer Proficiency

  114. Computer Skills

  115. Computer Skills (e. g., word processing, spreadsheets,

  116. Computing skills

  117. Concentration

  118. Concern for others

  119. conclusions

  120. Conduct

  121. Conducting

  122. Confer

  123. Conflict Resolution

  124. Conflict Resolution Skills

  125. Confront others

  126. Conscientious

  127. Console

  128. Constructing buildings

  129. Constructing—making simple equipment for demonstrations

  130. Consulting

  131. Contacting

  132. Contrast

  133. Contrasting—noticing how things differ, looking for

  134. Contribution to group

  135. Control

  136. Controlling

  137. Controlling budgets

  138. Convince

  139. Cooperation

  140. Coordinating

  141. Correct English usage

  142. Correspond with others

  143. Counsel

  144. Counsel people

  145. Counseling

  146. Counselling Skills

  147. Count, observe, compile

  148. Counting

  149. Counting Chart: Numbers 1 to 100

  150. Create new ideas

  151. Creative

  152. Creative & Visionary

  153. Creativity

  154. Creativity & Communication

  155. Creativity techniques

  156. Credibility

  157. Critical Thinking

  158. Criticizing—constructively criticizing or evaluating a

  159. Curiosity

  160. Customer Service Skills (List)

  161. Customer Service Skills (Top 10)

  162. Cutting

  163. Data processing

  164. Data, drawing conclusions

  165. Data-entry operations

  166. Days of the Week

  167. Debate

  168. Decide

  169. Decision making

  170. Decision making skills

  171. Decision-making

  172. Decisive

  173. Defining

  174. Delegate

  175. Deliberate

  176. Demonstrate

  177. Demonstrating—setting up apparatus, describing parts and

  178. demonstration; describing the problem, method, data

  179. Dependable

  180. Describe

  181. Design

  182. Designing

  183. Designing—identifying new problems

  184. Detail & Completion

  185. Detail-oriented

  186. Detecting

  187. Determination

  188. Determine

  189. Develop

  190. Develop/Create

  191. Developing methods

  192. Developing questions

  193. Devise

  194. Diagnose

  195. Diagnosing

  196. Dictate

  197. Diplomatic

  198. Direct

  199. Direct others

  200. Directing

  201. Discover

  202. Discreet

  203. Discriminative Thinking

  204. Discuss

  205. Discussing—learning to contribute ideas, listening to

  206. Disease Prevention

  207. Dismantling

  208. dissimilarities, noticing unlike features

  209. Distinguish

  210. Diverting

  211. Do heavy work

  212. Do precise machine work

  213. Do routing office work

  214. Document

  215. Drafting

  216. Dressing and undressing are learned human abilities.

  217. Driving

  218. Eager

  219. Economic/Bus. Sense

  220. Economics

  221. Economy and Budget

  222. Edit

  223. Effective Problem Solving

  224. Efficiency Skills

  225. Efficient

  226. Efficient Planning

  227. Electrical principles

  228. Electronic principles

  229. Elementary Code of Conduct (Grades K-6)

  230. Empathy

  231. Energetic

  232. Enforce

  233. English Greetings

  234. English Language and Mathematics

  235. English Is the Official Language

  236. English Language Abilities

  237. English language reading abilities.

  238. English language speaking abilities.

  239. English language writing abilities.

  240. English language understanding abilities.

  241. English language telephone conversation is an ability.

  242. Entertain

  243. Enthusiasm for Your Work

  244. Enthusiastic

  245. Entrepreneurial Skills

  246. Essential Skills

  247. Evaluate

  248. Evaluating

  249. Evaluating data

  250. Evaluating—recognizing good and poor features, knowing

  251. Examine

  252. Examining

  253. Exchanging

  254. Execute

  255. Experiment

  256. Experimenting—recognizing a question, planning a

  257. Explain

  258. Explain things to others

  259. Explaining

  260. Explaning—describing to someone else clearly, clarifying

  261. Extrapolating

  262. Facilitation Skills

  263. Faculty

  264. Figuring

  265. Filing

  266. filing, labeling, arranging

  267. Finger dexterity

  268. Fitness for duty

  269. Flexible

  270. Focus and Self-Control

  271. Follow directions

  272. Follow instructions

  273. Following specifications

  274. Forecast

  275. Formal

  276. Formulate

  277. Friendly

  278. functions, illustrating scientific principles

  279. Gathering data—tabulating, organizing, classifying,

  280. General Office

  281. General Skills

  282. Get along with co-workers

  283. Get along with supervisor

  284. Get results

  285. Getting started after sleep

  286. Giving

  287. Goal setting

  288. Good attendance

  289. Good human behavior

  290. Good human character

  291. Good manners

  292. Good natured

  293. Good Note-Taking

  294. Good sense of timing

  295. Good Study Habits

  296. Grade

  297. Grammar skills

  298. Graphing—putting in graphical form the results of a study

  299. Greet

  300. Guiding

  301. Handle detail work

  302. Handle precise work

  303. Hands-On

  304. Hard skills

  305. Hard-working, productive

  306. Healthy Eating

  307. Healthy life-style

  308. Help others

  309. Helpful

  310. Helping Skills

  311. Hitching

  312. Honest

  313. Horticultural

  314. Housekeeping Skills

  315. how to improve grades

  316. Human behavior

  317. Human relations

  318. Humble

  319. Humor

  320. Hygiene

  321. Hypothesize

  322. Idea Production

  323. ideas of others, keeping on the topic, arriving at

  324. Identify

  325. Imaginative

  326. Imitate

  327. Implement

  328. implications for further work

  329. Improving

  330. Index

  331. Indicate

  332. Industrious

  333. Influence

  334. Influencing

  335. Inform

  336. Informing the public

  337. Ingenious

  338. Initiate

  339. Initiative

  340. Innovate

  341. Inquiring—asking, interviewing, corresponding

  342. Inquisitive

  343. Insightful

  344. Inspect

  345. Inspecting products

  346. Instruct

  347. Instructing others

  348. Intelligent

  349. Interest

  350. Interpersonal Skills

  351. Interpret

  352. Interpreting ideas

  353. Interview

  354. Interview others

  355. Interviewing

  356. Intrapersonal

  357. Intuitive

  358. Invent

  359. Inventing—creating a method, device, or technique

  360. Inventive

  361. Inventory

  362. Investigate

  363. Investigating—formulating questions

  364. Investigation principles

  365. it works, how to adjust it, its proper use for a given

  366. Job Content Skills - what have you done?

  367. Judge

  368. Keep _______ records

  369. Keeping Records

  370. Kind

  371. knowing its rate capacity, transporting it safely

  372. Knowledge

  373. Knowledge and achievement

  374. Knowledge of products

  375. Knowledge of subject

  376. Knowledge of tools

  377. Labor skills

  378. Language

  379. Language ability and auditory reception

  380. Language skills

  381. Lateral Thinking Test

  382. Laundry

  383. Lead

  384. Leadership

  385. Leadership Skills

  386. Leading

  387. Learn quickly

  388. Learning

  389. Learning Skills

  390. Learning to learn

  391. Lecture

  392. Life Skills

  393. Lift heavy equipment

  394. List

  395. Listen

  396. Listening

  397. Listening Skills

  398. Listening—being attentive, alert, questioning

  399. Living

  400. Locate answers or information

  401. Locating new problems

  402. Logic and Reasoning

  403. Logical

  404. Loyal

  405. Looking For Competence

  406. Machinery

  407. Maintaining equipment

  408. Maintaining favorable image

  409. Maintaining machinery

  410. Maintaining morale

  411. major points, exhibiting patience, being willing to

  412. Making Connections

  413. Making effective presentations

  414. Manage

  415. Manage resources

  416. Managing skills are learned human abilities.

  417. Managing

  418. Managing feelings

  419. Managing ______ or budgets

  420. Managing people

  421. Manual work

  422. Marketable/useful

  423. Marshal

  424. Match

  425. Mathematical

  426. Mathematical skills

  427. Mature

  428. Measure

  429. Measuring production

  430. Media process

  431. Mediate

  432. Mediate problems

  433. Meet

  434. Meet deadlines

  435. Meeting

  436. Meeting deadlines

  437. Meeting the public

  438. Memory

  439. Memory and learning

  440. Methodical

  441. Modest

  442. Monitoring

  443. Monitoring Performance

  444. Motivate

  445. Motivate people

  446. Motivated

  447. Motivational

  448. Motivator

  449. Multicultural Awareness

  450. Multilingual

  451. Natural

  452. Negotiate

  453. Negotiate agreements

  454. Negotiating

  455. Negotiating principles

  456. Negotiating Skills

  457. Negotiating strategies

  458. Negotiation

  459. Networking

  460. Numeracy

  461. Numeracy Skills

  462. Nurturing

  463. Observe

  464. Observing indicators

  465. Observing—being accurate, alert, systematic

  466. Odd hours

  467. of attack, setting up hypotheses

  468. Open-minded

  469. Operate communications systems

  470. Operating tools

  471. Optimistic

  472. Oral Communication

  473. Order

  474. Ordering parts

  475. Orderly thinking

  476. Organization Skills

  477. Organization/Details/Multi-tasking

  478. Organizing

  479. Organizing or managing projects

  480. Organizing—putting items in order, establishing a system

  481. Original

  482. Outgoing

  483. Outlining—employing major headings and subheadings, using

  484. Packing

  485. Pain Disability Questionnaire

  486. Performing manual tasks

  487. People Skills

  488. Persistent

  489. Personal Safety

  490. Personal Skills

  491. Personnel practices

  492. Perspective Taking

  493. Persuade

  494. Persuading

  495. Persuading & negotiating

  496. Persuading, influencing and negotiating skills

  497. Physical

  498. Physically strong

  499. piece of work, a scientific procedure, or conclusion

  500. Plan

  501. Planning

  502. Planning ahead—seeing possible results and probable modes

  503. Planning/organizing

  504. Pleasant

  505. Plot

  506. Plumbing principles

  507. Polite

  508. Polite

  509. Politeness Guidelines

  510. Positive Attitude

  511. Post

  512. Practice new skills

  513. Prescribe

  514. Presentation Skills

  515. Principles

  516. Problem-solving skills

  517. procedure, collecting data, recording data, analyzing

  518. Procedures

  519. Processing Speed

  520. Prognosticate

  521. Project management

  522. Projecting

  523. Projects

  524. Promote

  525. Proper settings, keeping it clean, handling it properly

  526. Provide

  527. Public speaking

  528. Question

  529. Questions

  530. Questioning in the English language is an ability.

  531. Rank

  532. Rate

  533. Reading

  534. Reason

  535. Reasoning

  536. Reasoning and idea production

  537. Recognize problems

  538. Recognizing problems

  539. Recommend

  540. Recommending

  541. Reconcile

  542. Record

  543. recording

  544. recording completely

  545. Recording—tabulating, charting, working systematically

  546. Regulate

  547. Relating

  548. relationships

  549. Relay

  550. Reliable

  551. Remember information

  552. Removing parts

  553. Repairing engines

  554. Repairing equipment

  555. Repeat

  556. Replacing defective

  557. Report

  558. Reporting—orally reporting to a class or teacher in

  559. Representing

  560. Request

  561. Research

  562. Research design

  563. Research Skills

  564. Researching

  565. Researching—locating a problem, learning background,

  566. Resiliency

  567. Resource Management Skills

  568. Resourceful

  569. Respond to emergencies

  570. Responsibility

  571. Responsible

  572. Reviewing

  573. Reviewing products

  574. Reviewing—identifying important items

  575. Run meetings

  576. Safety rules

  577. Sanitation

  578. Scan

  579. Schedule

  580. Scheduling

  581. School Skills

  582. Scrutinize

  583. Searching—locating sources, using several sources, being

  584. Secondary Code of Conduct (Grades 7-12)

  585. Secretarial Skills

  586. Segregate

  587. Select

  588. Self care abilities

  589. Self-disciplined

  590. Self Esteem

  591. Self responsibility

  592. Self-awareness

  593. Self-care abilities

  594. Self-Care Abilities Listing

  595. Self-confidence

  596. Self-confident

  597. Self-controlled

  598. Self-Directed, Engaged Learning

  599. Self-Discipline

  600. Self-Management Skills

  601. Self-motivated

  602. Self-motivation

  603. Self-reliant

  604. Sense of humor

  605. Sensitive

  606. Sensory abilities

  607. sequential, logical organization

  608. Service learning

  609. Serving

  610. Setting standards

  611. setting up investigations, analyzing data, drawing

  612. Setting-up

  613. Settle

  614. Sharing

  615. similarities, noticing identical features

  616. Sincere

  617. Smell

  618. Sociable

  619. Social Media Skills

  620. Social Skills

  621. Soft skills

  622. Solve

  623. Solving problems

  624. Sort

  625. Seeing

  626. Hearing

  627. Speaking

  628. Sitting

  629. Sleeping

  630. Speaking in public

  631. Speaking Situations

  632. Speech

  633. Speech Analysis Questions

  634. Speech and Language

  635. Speech Clarity

  636. Speech Disorders and Language Disorders

  637. Speech Therapy

  638. Spoken communication

  639. Spoken English

  640. Spontaneous

  641. Statistics

  642. Steady

  643. Stress Management

  644. Stress Management (Relaxation)

  645. Striving for excellence

  646. Study

  647. Study Skills

  648. Subject knowledge

  649. Suggest

  650. Summarize

  651. Supervise

  652. Supervising others

  653. Supervisory

  654. Supply

  655. Synthesize

  656. Synthesizing

  657. Systems Skills

  658. Tabulate

  659. Tactful

  660. Take inventory

  661. Take pride in work

  662. Take risks

  663. Taking on Challenges

  664. task, its limitations

  665. Teach

  666. Teaching & Counseling

  667. Teaching Skills

  668. Team Management Skills

  669. Teamwork

  670. Teamwork

  671. Teamwork/Cooperation

  672. Teamworking

  673. Technical & Information Skills

  674. Technical Skills

  675. Technical/Manual Skills

  676. Techniques to reach your goals.

  677. Telephone Conversations

  678. Telephone protocol

  679. Tenacious

  680. Test

  681. The Ability to Set Attainable Goals

  682. Thinking

  683. Thinking skills (including problem solving, making decisions, planning, organizing tasks, finding information, and making good use of memory).

  684. Thrifty

  685. Time

  686. Time management

  687. Tolerant

  688. Top 10 Skills for High-School Students

  689. Train

  690. Transferable Skills Checklist

  691. Translate

  692. Transpose

  693. Travel frequently

  694. Trust

  695. Trustworthy

  696. Tutor

  697. Truthfulness is a human ability.

  698. Understand

  699. Use computer search programs

  700. Usher

  701. Using an instrument—knowing the instrument’s parts, how

  702. Verbal/Written Communication

  703. Verify

  704. Verifying

  705. Versatile

  706. Visual perception

  707. Visual Processing

  708. Wait upon

  709. Walking Skills

  710. Weigh

  711. Well-organized

  712. Willingness to learn

  713. Wise use of resources

  714. Work as a team member

  715. Work Ethic

  716. Work in an office/outdoors

  717. Work in office

  718. Work in small studios

  719. Work in varied climate

  720. Work independently

  721. Work indoors/outdoors

  722. Work long hours

  723. Work nigh shifts

  724. Work odd hours

  725. Work on assembly line

  726. Work on long-term

  727. Work on weekends

  728. Work outdoors

  729. Work outdoors/indoors

  730. Work under hazardous

  731. Work under stress

  732. Work very long hours

  733. Work with committees

  734. Work with people

  735. Work without direction

  736. Working

  737. Working with others.

  738. Workplace Essential Skills

  739. Write clearly

  740. Writing

  741. Writing in the English language

  742. Writing news releases

  743. Writing—writing a report of an experiment

  744. Written communications
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Ability to Adapt
Adaptability
What is Adaptability?
Ability of an entity or organism to alter itself or its responses to the changed circumstances or environment.

Mental Adaptability: how you think in normal or emergency situations to be effective, how you solve problems.
Interpersonal Adaptability: how you interact with others, including cultural adaptation.
Physical Adaptability: adjusting to the current environment. The report talks about physical strength. I would talk about managing your own body to be able to do what you want to do, given what you are able to do now.

What does it mean to delegate?
Entrust (a task or responsibility) to another person, typically one who is less senior than oneself:
Give an assignment to (a person) to a post, or assign a task to (a person)

Delegation is the assignment of responsibility or authority to another person (normally from a manager to a subordinate) to carry out specific activities.

Ability to work independently

What is your ability to work without Supervision?
Do you like to work independently or do you need a more structured environment?
Are you self-motivated or do you need regular feedback in order to make progress?
Do you work best at your own pace or when prodded by others?
What does it mean to be independent?
What kind of science do you enjoy doing? Fundamental or applied?
Do you enjoy working in the lab or in an office?
Do you enjoy explaining your work? How? Orally? In Writing? Both?
Do you like working with others as a member of a team or do you prefer to work by yourself? Are you a good listener?
Can you handle personal conflict?
Do you prefer delving into a problem deeply?
Do you see the "big picture"?
Do you prefer to work on short term projects (6 months or less) or long term projects? Do you enjoy using instrumentation? What kinds?
Do you enjoy using computers and/or software?
Do you enjoy travel? Can you speak one or more foreign languages conversationally? Can you read in another language? Are you self-motivated? Do you require external prompts in order to meet deadlines and/or achieve results?

Able to concentrate

Why many are not able to concentrate on studies during adolescence?
As boys and girls grow up, they experience rapid physical growth and development that are accompanied by marked psycho-social and emotional changes. They start getting concerned about their appearance and develop a physical attraction and curiosity about sexual matters. They become inclined to try out new ideas. This is an age of experimentation and learning new things. They start extending their relationships beyond family and make a special place for peers. They develop a strong sense of selfhood and have their own views and feelings about various issues that may not always be in agreement with their parents/ elders. Many adolescents get carried away during this stage of growing up and are unable to concentrate and focus on their studies.

Choices

What are the scenarios where right to choose isn't applicable?

Do you have the right to choose to apply a wrong concept of law to specific claims?
No.

Do you have the right to choose to harm others?
No.

Do you have the right to choose to violate rights of others?
No.

Here are further guidelines.

Truthfulness is a human ability.
Social studies lesson number 1.

You should never lie.
You should always speak the truth.

If you are asked a question about an issue, you should answer truthfully to the best of your ability and knowledge.

Essential Skills
What is the proof of your essential skills for selection for professional training?
If you communicate in English language email, call, fax, or postal mail, this proves that you can understand, read, and write the English language.
If you attend a meeting and speak English language, this proves you can speak the English language.
Abilities relevant to math, science, and social studies are evaluated in the real world.

What essential skills should a human have at 14 years age?
Activities of everyday living abilities.
Activities of everyday living abilities relevant to instruments.
Asking questions.
Basic inventory accounting.
Being happy on their own.
Behaving properly in various setting.
Compassion. Critical thinking and information analysis. Data analysis.
Dealing with change.
Decision making (thinking skills).
Document use.
Effective communication and negotiating.
English language abilities.
Finding information (thinking skills).
Finding passion.
Human rights knowledge.
Independence.
Job task planning and organizing (thinking skills).
Keeping a clean, organized space.
Logical, informed decision making.
Making fewer promises, serving more.
Measurement and calculation
Multitasking is great, but some moments require your undivided attention.
Numerical estimation.
Online research.
Prioritizing and time management.
Problem solving (thinking skills).
Relationship networking.
Relaxation.
Self-discipline.
Tackling projects.
Thinking optimistically.
Tolerance.
Truthfulness.

If a student at age 14 displays these abilities, there is no need for any examination.

At what age and class/grade should an individual begin professional training to be a doctor, teacher, lawyer, engineer, or similar skill?
This depends on the essential skills of an individual.
If an individual has essential skills at age 14 (8th class/grade) he or she can join professional training for doctor, teacher, lawyer, engineer, or similar training program.

Various schools nowadays cannot prepare students for professional training while students have essential skills by 14 years of age or 8th class/grade.

Schools should focus to prepare students to have all essential abilities by age 14 or 8th class/grade.

Focus of students younger than 14 years of age should be to gain essential skills.
Here are further guidelines.

Education conditions in various states around the world.
Take a look at this photograph.
Where was this photograph taken?

This photograph is pictured in the year 2012.
Who has the duty to provide proper English language textbooks in the state?
Who has the duty to provide proper school seating arrangements in the state?
Who has the duty to provide proper resources to thrive, including food, proper housing and other resources in the state?

Director of the state departments of education and higher education
What are other names for director of the state departments of education and higher education?
State school superintendent.
State higher education superintendent.
State superintendent of Public Instruction
State superintendent of education.
Director, Board of Education.

How should a state elaborate various school districts in the state?
Every state has areas of service within the state with the name of the area, for example county or district. These names become school district.

What are the job duties of the director of the state department of Education?
Here are further facts.

Global Director of State School Education

Is there a need for a Global Director of Education?
Yes.

Why is there need for a global director of education?
The global or world director of education will circulate all guidelines authored by Doctor Asif Qureshi in the English language to all global or world state education departments.

What does Doctor Asif Qureshi, author of these guidelines and director of global or world school education get?
Remuneration from various state governments.

Who is the ideal individual to be global director of state education?
Do you have any nominee around the world to be global director of state education?


Free English language textbooks for education.
Where are the free English language textbooks for state school Education?
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/booksworld.html
Title Cover Image Format Price ISBN
English language documents. Hardcover $100.00
Free For You
978-0-9906983-0-2
English language dictionary. Hardcover $100.00
Free For You
978-0-9906983-1-9
English language glossary Book. Hardcover $100.00
Free For You
978-0-9906983-2-6
English language grammar Book. Hardcover $100.00
Free For You
978-0-9906983-3-3
English language human resources. Hardcover $100.00
Free For You
978-0-9906983-4-0
English language reading guidelines. Hardcover $100.00
Free For You
978-0-9906983-5-7
English language speaking guidelines. Hardcover $100.00
Free For You
978-0-9906983-6-4
English language translation from other languages. Hardcover $100.00
Free For You
978-0-9906983-7-1
English language word Book. Hardcover $100.00
Free For You
978-0-9906983-8-8
English language writing guidelines. Hardcover $100.00
Free For You
978-0-9906983-9-5

Principal/Supervisor/School Administrator Programs
What should a principal or head/supervisor of every school in the state and outside the state display publicly through Internet?
All schools around the world in the state and outside the state must display textbooks and guidelines of English language, math, science and social studies relevant to age and class/grade publicly on the internet.

This has become mandatory due to the fact that certain schools in the state and outside the state around the world are namesake schools without quality textbooks or guidelines.

These schools have become useless schools.

What should you know about school education?
School education does not mean going to school.
Schools may not have a proper curriculum in English language relevant to English language, math, science, and social studies.

What should be goals of your school education?
Learn abilities.
General abilities are learned at school.
Professional abilities are learned in professional training programs.

At this resource, www.qureshiuniversity.com, there are general abilities guidelines and professional abilities guidelines.

How many abilities does an individual learn from birth up to 18 years?
650

What are various examples of human abilities?
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/abilitiesworld.html

State Education Departments and Boards
What guidelines are relevant to school education in every state around the world?
Who has a duty to provide education to those below 18 years of age relevant to English, math, sciences, and social studies in every state?
What are the duties of the state department of education in every state?
What should state department of school education focus on?
How should schools verify that students have learned the required abilities?
Why this question has become irrelevant: What scores must high school students achieve on standardized tests to graduate and be considered ready to enter college?
What are examples of a state department of education?
What guidelines are relevant to school education in every state around the world?
Here are further guidelines.

Who has a duty to provide education to those below 18 years of age relevant to English, math, sciences, and social studies in every state?
State department of education through various state schools in the state.
All schools in the state are state schools.

What are the duties of the state department of education in every state?
Curriculum or syllabus relevant to English, math, science, and social studies at this resource, and make sure that every school in the state and outside the state has guidelines displayed at http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/schoolworld.html resource.
Focus on quality curriculum relevant in English, math, science, and social studies.
Focus on imparting abilities of English language, math, science, and social studies relevant to age.
Remind students and their parents/legal guardian to maintain good track record of abilities relevant to English, math, sciences, and social studies.

If you publicly maintain a good track record of abilities relevant to English, math, sciences, and social studies, an examination is not required.

Certificate of completion must be issues relevant to high school based on a track record of good character, good behavior, and abilities of English, math, science, and social studies relevant to age.

What should state department of school education focus on?
Quality of curriculum in the English language relevant to English, math, science, and social studies.
Quality of teaching and learning in the English language.
State testing should be of less concern because of the following reasons.
New tests have been controversial with educators, parents, and teachers.
An examination is not a real test of abilities.
High test scores or low test scores do not mean individual has the required real-world abilities.

How should schools verify that students have learned the required abilities?
Give a list of abilities an 18-year-old should have at the age of 18.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/abilitiesrelevanttoage.html
Do you have the abilities an 18-year-old should have?

Why this question has become irrelevant: What scores must high school students achieve on standardized tests to graduate and be considered ready to enter college?
Examination is not real test of abilities.
There are specific abilities a high school student should learn.
At the age of 18, an individual should have 650 abilities learned in high school that the individual did not have at the time of birth.
Teachers should verify in the real world if the student has these real-world abilities.
This can be done by monthly and yearly progress reports.

What are examples of a state department of education?

In some states, the department of education is also called the board of education.

What are examples of various states in various continents around the world?

North American States

  1. Alabama (AL)

  2. Alaska (AK)

  3. Arizona (AZ)

  4. Arkansas (AR)

  5. Alberta (AB)

  6. British Columbia (BC)

  7. California (CA)

  8. Colorado (CO)

  9. Connecticut (CT)

  10. Delaware (DE)

  11. Florida (FL)

  12. Georgia (GA)

  13. Hawaii (HI)

  14. Idaho (ID)

  15. Illinois (IL)

  16. Indiana (IN)

  17. Iowa (IA)

  18. Kansas (KS)

  19. Kentucky (KY)

  20. Louisiana (LA)

  21. Maine (ME)

  22. Maryland (MD)

  23. Massachusetts (MA)

  24. Michigan (MI)

  25. Minnesota (MN)

  26. Mississippi (MS)

  27. Missouri (MO)

  28. Montana (MT)

  29. Manitoba (MB)

  30. Mexico (MX)

  31. Nebraska (NE)

  32. Nevada (NV)

  33. New Hampshire (NH)

  34. New Jersey (NJ)

  35. New Mexico (NM)

  36. New York (NY)

  37. North Carolina (NC)

  38. North Dakota (ND)

  39. New Brunswick (NB)

  40. Newfoundland and Labrador (NL)

  41. Northwest Territories (NT)

  42. Nova Scotia (NS)

  43. Nunavut (NU)

  44. Ohio (OH)

  45. Oklahoma (OK)

  46. Oregon (OR)

  47. Ontario (ON)

  48. Pennsylvania (PA)

  49. Prince Edward Island (PE)

  50. Quebec (QC)

  51. Rhode Island (RI)

  52. South Carolina (SC)

  53. South Dakota (SD)

  54. Saskatchewan (SK)

  55. Tennessee (TN)

  56. Texas (TX)

  57. Utah (UT)

  58. Vermont (VT)

  59. Virginia (VA)

  60. Washington (WA)

  61. West Virginia (WV)

  62. Wisconsin (WI)

  63. Wyoming (WY)

  64. Yukon (YT)
    Asian States

  65. Albania

  66. Andorra

  67. Armenia

  68. Austria

  69. Azerbaijan

  70. Arkhangelsk Oblast

  71. Anhui Province

  72. Afghanistan

  73. Assam

  74. Arunachal Pradesh

  75. Andhra Pradesh

  76. Andaman and Nicober Islands

  77. Balochistan

  78. Bahrain

  79. Bangladesh

  80. Bhutan

  81. Brunei

  82. Belarus

  83. Belgium

  84. Bosnia and Herzegovina

  85. Bulgaria

  86. Bihar

  87. Chechnya

  88. Croatia

  89. Cyprus

  90. Czech Republic

  91. Cambodia

  92. Chukotka Autonomous Okrug

  93. Chhattisgarh

  94. Daman and Diu

  95. Dadra and Nagar Haveli

  96. Denmark

  97. England

  98. Estonia

  99. East Timor

  100. Finland

  101. Fujian Province

  102. France

  103. Gujarat

  104. Goa

  105. Georgia

  106. Germany

  107. Gibraltar

  108. Greece

  109. Gansu Province

  110. Guangdong Province

  111. Guangxi Province

  112. Guizhou

  113. Heilongjiang

  114. Hong Kong

  115. Hubei

  116. Hainan Province

  117. Henan Province

  118. Hunan Province

  119. Himachal Pradesh

  120. Hungary

  121. Inner Mongolia

  122. Indonesia

  123. Iran

  124. Iraq

  125. Iceland

  126. Ireland

  127. Italy

  128. Japan

  129. Jeddah

  130. Jiangxi Province

  131. Jordan

  132. Jiangsu

  133. Jiangxi

  134. Jilin

  135. Jharkhand

  136. Kashmir

  137. Karnataka

  138. Kerala

  139. Kazakhstan

  140. Korea - North

  141. Korea - South

  142. Kyrgyzstan

  143. Kuwait

  144. Kaliningrad Oblast

  145. Lakshadweep

  146. Latvia

  147. Liechtenstein

  148. Lithuania

  149. Luxembourg

  150. Laos

  151. Lebanon

  152. Liaoning Province

  153. Liaoning

  154. Manipur

  155. Mizoram

  156. Maharashtra

  157. Madhya Pradesh

  158. Meghalaya

  159. Malaysia

  160. Maldives

  161. Magadan Oblast

  162. Mongolia

  163. Myanmar

  164. Macedonia

  165. Malta

  166. Medina

  167. Mecca

  168. Moldova

  169. Monaco

  170. Montenegro

  171. NCT of Delhi

  172. Nagaland

  173. Netherlands

  174. Northern Ireland

  175. Norway

  176. Ningxia

  177. Nepal

  178. Oman

  179. Orissa

  180. Puducherry

  181. Punjab

  182. Peshawar

  183. Philippines

  184. Poland

  185. Portugal

  186. Palestine

  187. Qinghai Province

  188. Qinghai

  189. Qatar

  190. Rajasthan

  191. Romania

  192. Sikkim

  193. Syria

  194. Sindh

  195. Singapore

  196. Sri Lanka

  197. Scotland

  198. Serbia

  199. Slovakia

  200. Slovenia

  201. Spain

  202. Sweden

  203. Switzerland

  204. Shaanxi Province

  205. Shandong

  206. Shanxi

  207. Sichuan

  208. Taiwan

  209. Tajikistan

  210. Thailand

  211. Tibet

  212. Tripura

  213. Tamil Nadu

  214. Turkey

  215. Turkmenistan

  216. Ukraine

  217. Uzbekistan

  218. Uttarakhand

  219. United Arab Emirates

  220. Uttar Pradesh

  221. Vietnam

  222. Vatican City

  223. Wales

  224. West Bengal

  225. Xinjiang

  226. Yunnan

  227. Yemen

  228. Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug

  229. Zhejiang
    Africa

  230. Algeria

  231. Angola

  232. Burundi

  233. Benin

  234. Burkina Faso

  235. Botswana

  236. Cape Verde

  237. Côte d'Ivoire

  238. Comoros

  239. Cameroon

  240. Central African Republic

  241. Chad

  242. Canary Islands

  243. Ceuta

  244. Democratic Republic of the Congo

  245. Djibouti

  246. Egypt

  247. Eritrea

  248. Ethiopia

  249. Equatorial Guinea

  250. Gabon

  251. Gambia

  252. Ghana

  253. Guinea

  254. Guinea-Bissau

  255. Kenya

  256. Liberia

  257. Libya

  258. Lesotho

  259. Madagascar

  260. Malawi

  261. Mauritius

  262. Mayotte

  263. Mozambique

  264. Mali

  265. Mauritania

  266. Madeira

  267. Melilla

  268. Morocco

  269. Niger

  270. Nigeria

  271. Namibia

  272. Réunion

  273. Rwanda

  274. Republic of the Congo

  275. São Tomé and Príncipe

  276. Saint Helena

  277. Senegal

  278. Sierra Leone

  279. Seychelles

  280. Somalia

  281. South Africa

  282. Swaziland

  283. South Sudan

  284. Sudan

  285. Tanzania

  286. Togo

  287. Tunisia

  288. Uganda

  289. Western Sahara

  290. Zambia

  291. Zimbabwe
    Australia

  292. Northern Territory

  293. South Australia

  294. Queensland

  295. New South Wales

  296. Victoria (Australia)

  297. Western Australian

  298. Tasmania

  299. New Zealand
    Latin

  300. Acre (Asif Province)

  301. Alagoas

  302. Amapá

  303. Amazonas

  304. Bahia

  305. Buenos Aires Province

  306. Ceará

  307. Chubut Province

  308. Córdoba Province

  309. Goiás

  310. Bolivia

  311. Chile

  312. Colombia

  313. Ecuador

  314. Falkland Islands

  315. French Guiana

  316. Guyana

  317. Paraguay

  318. Peru

  319. Río Negro

  320. Santa Cruz

  321. Santa Fe Province

  322. Salta Province

  323. South Georgia

  324. Suriname

  325. Uruguay

  326. Venezuela
What are the duties of a department of education in the state?
Arrange books and Internet resources for students.
Age Specific Competency Throughout the Life Span
Arrange work sheets for students.
Books
Collaborate with educators, schools, parents, and community members.
Curriculum development.
    What is curriculum development?
    What are guidelines for school curriculum development?
    How should you evaluate the quality of the curriculum?
    What questions need to be answered about the quality of the curriculum?
    Do you have the questions to ascertain the quality of the curriculum?
    What will happen if you do not develop a proper curriculum for education?

    Here are further guidelines.
Economy and budget
Human Resources
    Q: Does the existence of a state superintendent, director of the state Board of Education, secretary of the state Board of Education, school principal, or school teacher guarantee he or she is competent?
    No, it does not.

    Q: How do you verify you have a competent state superintendent, director of the state Board of Education, secretary of the state Board of Education, school principal or school teacher?

    He or she should be able to answer these questions.
    Any person who has correct answers to these questions and practices answers to these questions should replace the existing superintendent or director of the state Board of Education.

    What questions should the head of the state department of school education answer?
    Here are further guidelines.
Innovation in education.
    What is innovation?
    What are examples of innovation in education?

    Here are further guidelines.
Identify genuine leadership and role models for students.
    Q; How do you detect a leader, dictator, incompetent person, and cult member?
    Here are further guidelines.
Maintain Internet education resources.
Maintain profiles of schools in the state.
Profile the number of students less than 18 years of age in the state.
Provide world-class education to students using various methods (Internet, face-to-face classroom, correspondence).
Progress Report
Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Prepare students to live, work, and thrive in a highly connected world.
School Education
Teacher training.

School
School Education
Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Elementary School
Parenting Advice
Birth
Children with special needs
Clothing
Discipline
Development
Everyday discussion
Education
Feeding
Friends
Housing
Hygiene
Immunizations
Monthly progress
Medical doctor or pediatrician advice
Parenting advice by ages
Parenting classes
Potty training
Parenting resources
Politics
Speech and Language
Sleeping
Safety
School
Social Skills
Television
Table manners or Dastarkhan manners
Telephone conversations
You need to encourage all to speak in the English language.
Spanish, French, Arabic, Kashmiri, Urdu, Hindi, can be their second language.
Age-Specific Guidelines
Newborn
Your Baby at 1 Week
Your Baby at 2 Weeks
Baby Month 1
Baby Month 2
Baby Month 3
Baby Month 4
Baby Month 5
Baby Month 6
Baby Month 7
Baby Month 8
Baby Month 9
Baby Month 10
Baby Month 11
Baby Month 12
How old are you?
What is expected of you?

Preschool Education
Age 1
Toddler Month 13
Toddler Month 14
Toddler Month 15
Toddler Month 16
Toddler Month 17
Toddler Month 18
Toddler Month 19
Toddler Month 20
Toddler Month 21
Toddler Month 22
Toddler Month 23
Toddler Month 24
Age 2
Age 3
Age 4
Elementary school (Primary school)
Age 5
Age 6
Age 7
Age 8
Age 9
Age 10
Middle school
Age 11
Age 12
Age 13
High school
Age 14
Age 15
Age 16
Age 17
Age 18
English Language
Mathematics
Science
Social Studies
Abilities/Skills
Add, subtract, multiply, and divide real numbers.
Age-specific English language
Age-specific social skills (Social Sciences)
Alphabet
Agriculture
Air
Animals
Astronomy
Annual health assessment of a child
Adolescent Girls (13 to 18 Years)
    What do schools teach about adolescent girls?
    Here are further guidelines.
Bathing
Behavioral Science and Public Health
    What are your daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly activities?
    What should be your daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly activities?

    Here are further guidelines.
Bathroom
Bath
Bedroom
Boarding School
Capacity
Camping
Commitment
Concentration
Conflict
Continuous learning.
Computer use.
Completion of Assignments
Conduct
Clothing
Computers
Communication
Colors
Count and Noncount Nouns
Construction
Curriculum
Curriculum by Grade Level
Dictionary
Dining room
Documents
Document Types in English language
Encyclopedia
Essential Skills
Equator
Elementary Code of Conduct (Grades K-6)
Energy
Electricity
English language understanding abilities.
English Language Learners
English Glossary
English Grammer
English Language
English Language Center
Examinations
Electronic component
Economy and Budget
Earth
Farm
Fiction
Film
Food
Food Distribution Programs
Fruits and Vegetables
Freedom of speech
Figures of Speech
Fire Safety
Glossary
Glossary of English Grammar Terms
Good human character
Good human behavior
Good manners
Geography
Good Study Habits
Good Note-Taking
Health care in state schools
Headwords in English
Human
Human body
Human Body Systems
Human Rights
Healthy Eating
Human Resources
Hygiene
Homonym, Homophone, Heterograph, Heteronym, Polyseme, and Capitonym
Housekeeping Skills
Home Education
Identifying and discarding substandard education materials
Instructions
Kitchen
Kitchen Tools
Kids in the Kitchen
Land, Soil, Water, Natural Vegetation and Wildlife
Laundry
Life
List of English Irregular Verbs
List of Regular Verbs
Linguistics
Living room
Lexicology
Lexicography
Materials
Metrology (Measurement)
Military
Months of the Year
Movie
Music
Meeting
Motivation
Nature
Natural phenomenon
Numbers
New school
Optics
Oceans
Organizational Skills
Polite
Public Education
Psychiatry and duties of schools or the state department of education.
Plants
Pressure
Photography
Preventive health care advice
Professions
Properties of Matter
Professional Training
Public safety
Right to education
Review of Daily Notes
Resources
Rocks, Minerals, and Soil
Role of teacher
State
State Schools Around the World
School Profile
State literacy rate
State schools and school timing
Sanitation
Science
School Calendar
School Supplies
Secondary Code of Conduct (Grades 7-12)
Self-Care Abilities Listing
Spelling (English spelling)
Space
Speech
Speaking Situations
Spoken English
Speech Analysis Questions
Speech and Language
Speech Clarity
Speech Disorders and Language Disorders
Speech Therapy
Shapes
School Bus Service
School Bus Driver
School Building and School Land
School Facilities
School Facilities Maintenance
School Uniform
School Bus Monitor
School Monitor
Substandard Curriculum Identification
Soil
Seasons
Taxonomy
Teaching methods
Technology
Tectonics
Thesaurus
Time
Thinking skills (including problem solving, making decisions, planning, organizing tasks, finding information, and making good use of memory).
Telling the Time
Tools
Transportation
The Ability to Set Attainable Goals
Time Management
Tuition Costs & Fees
Tutoring
Teacher Education Program
Universe & Space
Utility room
Water
Walking Skills
Weather and Climate
Writing the Date
Writing in the English language
Word
Word Book
Words (text format/lowercase)
Words (text format)
Words (html format)
Word classes (or parts of speech) (text format)
Word classes (or parts of speech) (html format)
Word meaning
Words with More than One Job
Word Part of speech
Word formation
Words Commonly Confused
Word Order in English Sentences
Working with others.
In some regions of the world, grade also is called class.
General level (or category) Level Student age range
Preschool Pre-kindergarten 1-4
Kindergarten 4-5
Compulsory education
Elementary
school
Kindergarten 5-6
First grade 6-7
Second grade 7-8
Third grade 8-9
Fourth grade 9-10
Fifth grade 10-11
Middle
school
Sixth grade 11-12
school Seventh grade 12-13
Eighth grade 13-14
High
school
Ninth grade 14-15
Senior high
school
Tenth grade 15-16
Eleventh grade 16-17
Twelfth grade 17-18
College
(University)
Undergraduate
school
Freshman year Ages vary, but often 18-22
for a consecutive bachelor's degree
(usually within a solitary concentration)
Sophomore year
Junior year
Senior year
Graduate school
(with various degrees and curricular partitions thereof)
Ages vary
Continuing education
Vocational school Ages vary
Adult education
Pre-Kindergarten (Nursery School)
English

Alphabet Social Studies Mathematics
Kindergarten
How old is the right age to allow a child to bath alone for a few minutes?
English
Social Studies
Mathematics
Grade 1
English

Grade 1 Spelling Lists
Grade 1 Vocabulary
Sentences
Social Studies
Mathematics
Science
Computer/Second Language/Health/Physical Education
Grade 2
English

Grade 2 Spelling Lists
Grade 2 Vocabulary
Sentences
Social Studies
Mathematics
Science
Computer/Second Language/Health/Physical Education
Grade 3
English

Grade 3 Spelling Lists
Grade 3 Vocabulary
Sentences
Social Studies
Mathematics
Science
Computer/Second Language/Health/Physical Education
Grade 4
English

Grade 4 Spelling Lists
Grade 4 Vocabulary
Sentences
Social Studies
Mathematics
Science
Computer/Second Language/Health/Physical Education
Grade 5
English

Grade 5 Spelling Lists
Grade 5 Vocabulary
Sentences
Social Studies
Mathematics
Science
Computer/Second Language/Health/Physical Education
Middle School
You need to encourage all to speak in the English language.
Spanish, French, Arabic, Kashmiri, Urdu, Hindi, can be their second language.

What is the curriculum?

In some regions of the world, grade also is called class.
Grade 6
English

Grade 6 Spelling
Grade 6 Vocabulary
Sentences
Mathematics
Science
Social Science
Computer/Second Language/Health/Physical Education
Grade 7
English

Grade 7 Spelling
Grade 7 Vocabulary
Sentences
Mathematics
Science
Social Science
    History
    Civics
    Geography
Computer/Second Language/Health/Physical Education
Grade 8
English

Grade 8 Spelling
Grade 8 Vocabulary
Sentences
Mathematics
    Algebra
    Trigonometry
    Calculus
    Geometry
Science
    Physics
    Chemistry
Social Science
    History
    Civics
    Geography
Computer/Second Language/Health/Physical Education
High School
Here are guidelines for various states, high schools, parents, guardians, and high school students.

What minimum skills and knowledge should a student have for high school graduation?
If you research this question, each state will provide different answers.

You should have the skills and knowledge relevant to the real world.

What subjects should a student study in high school?
English
Mathematics
Science
Social studies
Physical education

Does having a GED certificate, matriculation certificate, high school diploma, or equivalent guarantee that a person has the relevant skills and knowledge required for high school graduation?
No, it does not.

What are the findings from analyzing those with a GED certificate, matriculation certificate, high school diploma, or equivalent?
They are not able to answer relevant questions.

Which language should you use with parents, relatives, and teachers?
You need to encourage all to speak in the English language.
Spanish, French, Arabic, Kashmiri, Urdu, Hindi, can be their second language.

In some regions of the world, grade also is called class.

What skills and knowledge should a high school student have upon graduation?
English
Mathematics
Science
Social Studies
Physical education
Here are further guidelines.
If you have these skills and knowledge, you will be selected for various professional and educational opportunities to become a medical doctor, engineer, teacher, or lawyer.
What is the curriculum?
Grade 9
High School English
Mathematics
    Algebra
    Trigonometry
    Calculus
    Geometry
Science
    Physics
    Chemistry
Social Studies
Computer/Second Language/Health/Physical Education
Grade 10
High School English
Mathematics
    Algebra
    Trigonometry
    Calculus
    Geometry
Science
    Physics
    Chemistry
Social Studies
Computer/Second Language/Health/Physical Education
Grade 11
High School English
Mathematics
    Algebra
    Trigonometry
    Calculus
    Geometry
Science
    Physics
    Chemistry
    Biology
Social Studies
Computer/Second Language/Health/Physical Education
Grade 12
High School English
Mathematics
    Algebra
    Trigonometry
    Calculus
    Geometry
Science
    Physics
    Chemistry
    Biology
Social Studies
Computer/Second Language/Health/Physical Education
What is good human character?
What is good human behavior?

Are you studying at any other school?
Does your school teach you these questions?

Where do we go from here?
Why go to college?
Where can you get help?
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Illinois-High Schools
Where do we go from here?
Where can you get help?

Take a look at this.
What would you like to be?
What kind of work/job do you like?

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Professions
Do you have a school in the community?
Is it within walking distance?
Does the school have a standard curriculum of English, math, science, and social studies?
Does your community have a teacher/teachers who can educate in the English language?
Do you know any region in the world where children do not have an English language school?

What do you have to do to enhance the curriculum of your local school?

If your community has a school building but does not have a proper English language curriculum, you can procure a school curriculum from Qureshi University.
You also can get a school curriculum procured through the state department of education.

What do you have to do if there is no school in the community?
If your community does not have a school at all, you need to answer these questions.
How many children need schooling?
What is their age range?


You can start homeschooling by the time the school building is established.
Various people prefer homeschooling.
Nominate a person who can correspond regularly every day.

Curriculum Development Specialist
Curriculum Development Specialist

Who is the most important person in school education?
The curriculum development specialist.

What is another name for curriculum development specialist?
Instructional coordinator

Who among these is more skilled or knowledgable: School teacher, principal of the school, curriculum development specialist?
The curriculum development specialist is most skilled and knowledgable.

What is a curriculum development specialist?
He or she authors new textbooks in the English language.

He or she also assesses educational programs, selects textbooks and instructional technology, trains teachers and sometimes develops curricula.

Other duties of a curriculum development specialist include:
Evaluation, monitoring, and research of education systems.
Recommending texts, educational software, and equipment.
Staff development specialist or director of instructional material.

Focus on public school systems.

Continuing education topics include areas of evaluation, analysis, consulting, and observation.

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Human rights and unjustified pension plan
If a person does not have a pension plan, or in this context Teachers' Retirement System (TRSL), does that mean his or her human rights will be violated?
No.

How should the state system take care of residents?
State has to plan for all residents before and after retirement up to at least 90 years of life.
If human rights, essential commodities act, and essential services maintenance act are kept in mind, there will not be need for controversial Tier I and Tier II.
Reimbursing people for lodging in the state capital of Illinois instead of plan through the Illinois link card is better.

Licensing of educator issues in the state and outside the state.
License issues (educator/teacher)
Educator license issues (teacher)
When is educator licensing or teacher licensing not required in the state and outside the state?
If guidelines are authored and displayed publicly through the Internet, educator licensing or teacher licensing is not required. World intellectuals are scrutinizing specific guidelines that are displayed through the Internet.

Do I need your license to be recognized as an educator?
Do you think you are a better educator than I?
How are you a better educator than I?

If an individual has a teaching certificate, does that mean that he/she is competent without displaying guidelines publicly?

No.

If an individual has certification from an accredited college or university, does that mean the individual is a competent teacher?
No.

If a teacher is displaying guidelines on the Internet, is it necessary to have a teacher license or certificate?

If an individual displays competence in more than 100 subject areas, will you offer this individual specific subject area competence license or certification?

If an individual has out-of-state credentials, is it justified that other states should endorse the credentials while everything is displayed over the Internet?


Other teacher education programs

If a teacher education program has been recommended, but the resource is not able to display publicly answers to relevant questions or in-person face to face, is it justified to have such a teacher education program?

The principal and superintendent are administrators, compared to a teacher of school education. What do you call an individual who guides all of them via Internet?


Stationary resources for school education in every state.
Who has duty to provide stationary resources for the state?
The department of engineering in the state has duty to provide various stationary resources in the state.

What does stationery include?
Stationery is manufactured
Writing paper
Envelopes
Pens
Pencils
Other office supplies.
See images for stationery.
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Staff in state department of education.
What are examples of job titles of staff in state department of education?
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Teacher Education Program
Which best describes you?
Aspiring high school teacher
Current high school teacher

Application for Admission to the Graduate college Qureshi University

What is an MEd college?
An MEd college is a resource where an individual gets educated about what and how to teach in schools, particularly English language, social studies, math, and science.

A teacher education college is also called an MEd college.

What usually happens after inspections of various teacher education colleges?
Recognition to flawed MEd colleges is withdrawn. Most of the courses are not useful for the real world.

What should be inspected in a teacher education college / MEd college?
Quality of courses in English language, math, science, and social studies.

This type of inspection of courses can be done online. http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/highschoolteacherworld.html
Courses from which teachers learn need to be taught to school students.
Infrastructure, like buildings, should not be criteria nowadays.
Computers accommodate considerable data and courses.

Face-to-face classes are not always required due to existence of online courses.
Courses can be updated in Chicago, Illinois, and an individual or individuals can get teacher education in Kashmir or Karnataka.

Interested individual can go online and get educated.
Not all of them need face-to-face classes.
If they do not understand something online, they can ask questions via e-mail, telephone, fax, or postal mail, or ask for a meeting.

If any individual, school, college, or university needs such courses, Qureshi University is willing to provide such courses.

What should you know about this resource: www.qureshiuniversity.com?
This is an education resource.
This education resource has guidelines for more than 611 professions required in essential ingredients of the economy of every state.
This resource has guideline for manufacture of more than 1,222 essential products.
This resource has guidelines for more than 22 essential services.
This is not a simple web site.
This is not a resource having any personal details.

How do you get educated?
You can establish Internet connection at home, home office, school, college, or university location connect to www.qureshiuniversity.com and get educated.

Education up to Grade 12 is a must for all.

It is the responsibility of the administration to provide free quality education to all up to Grade 12. If the administration can't do this, it must be replaced by those who are capable of doing it.

Why is education essential?
Education leads to intellectual and physical development.
Education gets you specific skills and knowledge.
Education gives you good character and good behavior.
Education enables you to communicate in a civilized and effective manner.
Education is the process of teaching and learning.
Education involves activities that impart skills and knowledge.
Educated people become assets for communities and the economy.

A lack of education leads to law and order problems.
A lack of education leads to uncivilized communities and defunct economies.
A lack of education leads to a corrupt, harmful administration.
Should we take guidance from those who came to power by fraudulent means?
Should we take guidance from those who can't even write a question?
Should we take guidance from those who have no answers to questions?
Should we take guidance from those who are incompetent?
Education has profound international, regional, and local implications.

If schools need my/our guidance, or if the department of education needs my/our guidance, they can e-mail as soon as possible.

If you don't teach them properly in schools, you will have to teach them in detention centers.
If the heads of the detention centers don't have answer to these questions, they aren't fit for the job.

What are do's and don't of a teacher?
Review your teaching skills and knowledge daily.
Take a bath, brush your teeth, clean bed, floor, stove, kitchen, sink, toilet, tub, and put out garbage daily.
Learn better skills and knowledge of instruction weekly.
Do your laundry weekly.
Write progress reports of students monthly.
Update your curriculum annually.
Make recommendations for new curriculum annually.
Seek membership globally with those involved in continuing research and developments in education annually.
Never lie.
Never use abusive language.
Never touch a student.

If a student has a fall and is unconscious, call a medical doctor.
What is good behavior in the family, in the building, on the road, in a vehicle, inside an office, inside a class room, and outside the classroom?

If you have a complaint, issues, problems against administrator and associates, report to the head of the school and head of the state board. If yout get no response or solutions, protest to the teachers association for solutions.

Social studies lesson number 1.

You should never lie.
You should always speak the truth.

If you are asked a question about an issue, you should answer truthfully to the best of your ability and knowledge.
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