nonformal

nonformal

(ˌnɒnˈfɔːməl)
adj
not formal
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In addition, the Department of Education, Commission on Higher Education and Technical Education and Skills Development Authority shall provide scholarship program or nonformal education programs for solo parents and their children (Section 22).
The DepEd in September rolled out the new K to 12-aligned ALS curriculum in July which will enable ALS learners to easily go from one modality of learning to another, from formal to nonformal.
We align the curriculum with the K to 12 basic education curriculum because we want our learners to be able to easily go from one modality of learningformal to nonformal without much trouble, Ambat explained.
In Lebanon, the UNICEF programs will be allocated $65 million, with those funds going toward supporting certified but nonformal education opportunities.
According to the authors, "This research has broad implications for youth workforce development and training programs, secondary and tertiary education, nonformal education and civic engagement, youth policy, and positive youth development more generally.
As with many interpretive nonformal education institutions, at Canada's Sports Hall of Fame we try to blend multiple levels of engagement for students, and guests in general, through high-tech interactives, hands-on activities, and interpretive storytelling whilst employing a predominantly inquiry-based learning approach for grades K-12.
The national government and the various NGOs - Book Development, Reading, ICT for Development, archives and libraries, academic, cultural , research and advocacy groups - all have put together collective energy, talent and innovation in mobilizing available resources in promoting the use of print, visual, and mobile technologies for the use of formal and nonformal education.
Science learning environments may be classified into three types: formal, nonformal and informal.
LAHORE -- Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has shown interest in the pilot project initiated by the Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) for the education of child labourers and beggars through nonformal schooling in the evening.
40 billion has been provided for provision of nonformal basic education to 20 lakh illiterate people.
Representatives of different line departments including school education, rescue 1122, literacy and nonformal basic education, communication and works, civil defense, child protection and welfare bureau, health, PDMA, girl guides association, boys scout association and UNICEF attended the meeting.
Section IV is divided into five chapters that look at distance education in the workplace and nonformal settings.