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High schools in North America are schools for secondary education, which may also involve intermediate education. Highschooling in North America may refer to: Education in Canada for secondary/high school. Education in Greenland for secondary/preparatory school. Education in Mexico for secundaria and preparatoria. High school in the United States.
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Talk:Secondary education in the United States#Redirects for centralized discussion on this article's creation and the related redirects czar18:12, 2 October 2017 (UTC) 1. I was going to dive back into this page, but I'm curious about a few things: 1. * The relationship of this article to Talk:Secondary education in the United States. I realize, of course, that high school is a subset of secondary education, but this article seems more focused on the nuts and bolts of what an American high school is and how it operates, while the secondary education article seems more about the philosophy and purpose of universal education. 2. * North America doesn't include just the United States, but Canada, Mexico, Central America, and often the Caribbeanislands. I suspect what constitutes high school is quite different across these countries. 3. * This article seems to be dedicated purely to publicly funded high schools, yet there are a lot of private high schools in the United States. Is this in...
It would make more sense for the brackets to be 'sic' rather than sick, but I don't know whether that assumption is correct. Clovermoss (talk) 20:37, 20 January 2019 (UTC) 1. I agree, and made the change........PKT(alk)22:45, 7 March 2019 (UTC)
Sphilbrick. raised a copyright issue on my talkpage, referring to edit oldid=901743726. To a non-US reader these are the mysteries that need to be explained. In my judgement I had sufficiently rewritten the text (and downgraded the quality) to have passed the originality threshold- so can this be debated. As a non-US editor, I don't have the artifacts and other references on hand to do much better. Could someone better equipt replace the paragraph. The text must be terse so it doesn't become WP:UNDUE- but does need to explain the grading system, and how schools and students are held to account! It would be better to work up consensus here. --ClemRutter (talk) 07:42, 14 June 2019 (UTC) 1. ClemRutter, I see that you did paraphrase the text but close paraphrasing is still a problem. Here's a link to a report that may help: 2. iThenticate S Philbrick(Talk) 12:14, 14 June 2019 (UTC) 2.1. The link is behind a hefty paywall! I reckon I have done my bit by alerting everyone of the problem-...
A previous merge discussion (at Talk:Comprehensive school#Merge with Comprehensive school (England and Wales) and Comprehensive high school noted that the article Comprehensive high school had primarily US content and would best be merged here. Given this new proposal, I think that the idea is best discussed here. Klbrain (talk) 18:05, 4 September 2020 (UTC)UTC) 1. Comment: There is a separate article for comprehensive school. Why couldn’t comprehensive high school remain separate instead of merging to high school (North America)? Zoe1013 (talk) 18:57, 13 September 2020 (UTC) 2. Comment this is an article about high schools in the united states—blindlynx (talk) 22:31, 20 December 2020 (UTC)
High school (North America) → High school (United States) – This article contains absolutely no information about high schools in any part of North America other than the US. —blindlynx (talk) 22:36, 20 December 2020 (UTC) 1. Comment: Is it Wikipedia intention to bracket disambiguate geographically or nationally? If you regard Education in Canada the entire vocabulary used such as the term K-12 is the same as that used in this article. I suggest that the alternative approach is to add a section ==Regional difference between Canada and the US==. It is easier than writing a new article "High school (Canada)", currently a redirect. --ClemRutter (talk) 10:42, 21 December 2020 (UTC) 1. 1.1. Some but not all of the vocabulary is the same, for example Canada doesn't name grades in highschool. That really doesn't address the core issue that there is way more not North America than just the US and Canada. Also it's the same amount of work given that there is nothing about high schools outsid...
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North America is the fourth most populous continent after Asia, Africa, and Europe. Its most populous country is the United States with 329.7 million persons. The second largest country is Mexico with a population of 112.3 million. Canada is the third most populous country with 37.0 million.
High school (North America) High school is the education students receive from approximately 14 to 18 years old. Most comparable to secondary schools, high schools generally deliver phase three of the ISCED model of education. High schools have subject-based classes. The name high school is applied in other countries, but no universal ...
North High School competes in the Southern Indiana Athletic Conference, which is a part of the Indiana High School Athletic Association. Old North High School. The old North High School Facility is now used as the Academy for Innovative studies Diamond Branch, though AIS only takes up a small percentage of the school.
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