preprimary

pre·pri·mar·y

 (prē-prī′mĕr′ē, -mə-rē)
adj.
Relating to or taking place in the time before a primary election: preprimary conventions.

preprimary

(priːˈpraɪmərɪ)
adj
1. (Education) describing a class for children who are too young to enrol in primary school
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) US describing the period before a primary election
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1 Benchmarking the curriculum for preprimary, primary and lower secondary by grade and subject against regional and international standards.
The Education and Training Policy of 1995 provides all 5-year-old children the right to enroll in public preprimary classes (MOEC, 1995, in Mtahabwa, 2011).
By the end of the preprimary period, he led national polls, and he had raised more money and earned more endorsements than the other Republican candidates.
They visited the Orphans Future Children Hope in Agste Laan, Queen PrePrimary School in Goreangab, Maria Kindergarten in Havana and Welakapela Pre-Primary in Suiderhof.
Started in 2004 by Cambodian Children's Fund (CCF), the project is meant for the preprimary and primary students and has benefitted over 1,200 children and their families so far.
The report begins with demographic information (chapter 1) and then is organized roughly according to the chronology of an individual's education, starting with indicators on preprimary, elementary, and secondary education (chapter 2), student achievement (chapter 3) and persistence in education (chapter 4), behaviors that can affect educational experience (chapter 5), participation in postsecondary education (chapter 6), and outcomes of education (chapter 7).
The researcher kept case notes to provide contextual detail about the oral language interactions and conducted interviews with the parents and the teacher of these children which provided some insights into the children's different paths of development and how these pathways were shaped by the discourses of the home and the preprimary classroom.
The report looks at in five areas: (1) the context of education; (2) preprimary and primary education; (3) secondary education; (4) higher education; and (5) education and the labor force.
With a particular focus on the poor, the project will expand access to and improve the quality of integrated services that address young children's basic needs, including preprimary education, psycho-social stimulation, health care, and nutrition.
Other secondary points, which Morehouse does not address, include the role that state legislators play in pre-primary endorsements and whether the preprimary endorsements are primarily causes or effects of party cohesion.
The academy's new syllabus has also played a role in expanding membership, and when completed will cover the entire spectrum of ballet from preprimary to professional levels.
The Project will contribute to the Government of Bangladesh (government) five year (FY2012-FY2016) Third Primary Education Development Program (the government's program or the Program) covering one year preprimary education to five year primary education.