What does base school mean?

What does base school mean?

Base school means the school in a merged attendance area that has the lowest enrollment of the schools in the merged attendance area.

What is school K2?

In BPS, we use the term K2 instead of kindergarten, referring to our five-year-old students. Focus on K2 was written to help teachers promote children’s creativity and their abilities to collaborate, communicate and think critically.

What is philosophical basis of education?

Education is harmonious development of all the powers of the human being i.e. physical, social, intellectual, aesthetic and spiritual. Thus, education is intimately connected with the life and experience of an individual. Hence education, life and philosophy are closely interrelated.

What are Basis schools in Arizona?

BASIS Curriculum Schools are managed by BASIS Educational Group, LLC (stylized as BASIS. ed), a for-profit charter management organization based in Scottsdale, Arizona. BASIS Curriculum Schools seek to prepare students, in the elementary through high school level, to be competitive globally.

Why should SEL be taught in schools?

SEL can help students better understand and identify their emotions; it can help them develop empathy, increase self-control and manage stress. It also helps them build better relationships and interpersonal skills that will serve them in school and beyond, helping them succeed as adults.

What is K1 age?

If your child is 3 years old and is not able to grip a pencil, we suggest starting from K1. If your child is 4 years old, we suggest starting from K2. If your child is 5 years old, we suggest starting from Grade 1.

What is k3 education?

Early elementary education focuses on students in kindergarten through 3rd grade. Experts say this group deserves special consideration as they develop the skills in reading, writing and math that they’ll need to succeed in middle and high school.