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Nongrade schools is a US term applied to schools that select and/or organise students by factors other than age or grade level. They may use such characteristics as academic achievement, mental or physical ability or emotional development

Non-Graded System of Education

The Non-Graded System of Education[1] is based on the philosophy that learners are different from one another and the belief that all children are capable of learning the same quality of knowledge.

The Non-Graded System of Education sees a subject area as a continuous whole with a complete set of skills to be learned without the usual time frame.

The learner's progress in a given subject area level is determined by his personal capacity to learn coupled by the efforts he exerts as conditioned by his moods, degree of responsibilities and maturity.



See also


  1. Learner's Diary, Don Bosco Press, 2009