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Agregation a.k.a. Agrégation: In France, the agrégation is a civil service competitive examination for some positions in the public education system. The laureates are known as agrégés. A similar system exists in other countries.

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Google previewEducational Histories of European Social Anthropology (2003)

by Dorle Dracklé, Iain R. Edgar, Thomas K. Schippers

The agregation is a competitive examination, and those who pass it successfully obtain positions teaching the higher age-groups in secondary education (and also command higher salaries than other teachers). In certain subjects, such as ...

Google previewBulletin of the American Mathematical Society (1900)

27ie Agregation. Unlike the baccalaureat, the licence, and the doctorate, the agregation is a competitive examination.

Google previewReport of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year ... with Accompanying Papers (1898)

by United States. Bureau of Education

The agregation is a very difficult examination, which is held every year before a jury appointed by the minister. In order to be admitted to this the applicant must be a licentiate. The examination for the title of agrege since 1895 has been ...

Google previewBulletin (1917)

Unlike the baccalaurSat and the licence, the agregation is a competitive examination and is conducted by the State. The number who become agreges each year is fixed in advance by the minister of public instruction according to the needs of ...

Google previewUnited States Congressional serial set (1898)

The agregation is a very difficult examination, which is held every year before a jury appointed by the minister. In order to be admitted to this the applicant must be a licentiate. The examination for the title of agrege since 1895 has been ...

Google previewUniversity of California Chronicle (1907)

Now, the agregation is a competition in which only those licencies may take part, whether they be doctors or not, who have obtained at the university a diplome d' etudes superieures. This restriction does not prevent the number of candidates ...

Google previewGeorges Bataille (2002)

An Intellectual Biography by Michel Surya

'L'Agregation is a touching, frightful, stupid, bungled, ridiculous and inspired book that is as risible and as embarrassing as a bare backside. 's Arthur Adamov (L'Aveu) provides the pretext for a clearly more incisive, surely more recognisable ...

Google previewReport of the Commissioner of Education (1898)

by United States. Office of Education

The agregation is a very difficult examination, which is held every year before a jury appointed by the minister. In order to be admitted to this the applicant must be a licentiate. The examination for the title of agrege since 1895 has been ...

Google previewReport of the Federal Security Agency (1898)

Office of Education by United States. Office of Education

The agregation is a very difficult examination, which is held every year before a jury appointed by the minister. In order to be admitted to this the applicant must be a licentiate. The examination for the title of agrege since 1895 has been ...

Google previewThe Weary Sons of Freud (1987)

by Catherine Clément

"The Agregation is a highly competitive national examination leading either to the University or to special privileges teaching at the secondary level. (Translator's note) 1. Author — since one must give a name — 28.

Google previewHomo Academicus (1988)

by Pierre Bourdieu

The agregation is a competitive examination originally designed to provide select recruitment to tenured teaching posts in secondary education, but was already in the period discussed by Bourdieu frequently a passport to teaching in ...

Google previewEmile Durkheim on the Family (2001)

by Mary Ann Lamanna

The agregation is an examination that authorizes the successful candidate to teach in secondary schools (lycees) and institutions of higher education (de Gramont 1969:197). The licence is a prior degree, usually considered the equivalent of ...

Google previewDictionary of Contemporary France (2014)

by Richard Aplin, Joseph Montchamp

AGREGATION 7 TRAVAIL, which acts as a support for those seeking employment, training or career advice and provides a service to employers seeking employees. In the early 1990s its aims were to improve its local accessibility, and to ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Contemporary Literary Theory (1993)

Approaches, Scholars, Terms by Irene Rima Makaryk

agregation, incorporation symbols - threshold crossing, shared meals, ...

Google previewElsevier's Dictionary of Information Security (2007)

by G. Manoilov, B. Radichkova

данным data acquisition Datenaufnahme f; Datenerfassung f acquisition f de données сбор т сведений data aggregation Datenanhäufung f agregation f de données группирование п данных data alteration; data tampering Datenanderung ...

Google previewThe Sterling Dictionary For Misspellers (1995)

by Vijaya Kumar

agglomerate aglomerate aggravate agravate aggravation agravation aggregation agregation aggressor agressor aggrieved aggreived agitation ajitation agnostic agnostick agreeable agreable agricultural agriculturel agriculture aggriculture ...

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Scrabble value of A1G2R1E1G2A1T1I1O1N1

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