Kanji: 塾. Radical: 土. Number of strokes: 14. Meaning: “ cram school”. Pronunciation: ジュクjuku.


Lieu social primordial dont l’empreinte est supposée révéler ses valeurs d’enseignement, de respect, de compréhension, tout au long de la vie qui trouve appui (ou non) sur la qualité et l’humanisme des personnes qui y sont impliqués, et sur la réceptivité engagée des enfants appelés à le traverser, ainsi que de leur entourage. A défaut, par manque de moyens, de vocation, ou d’empathie respective, peut être un endroit de tension et de rejet mutuel en décalage de ce devoir décisif d’humanité.

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Security Prison 21

Security Prison 21 (or S-21) – A former secondary school in Phnom Penh which was used as a prison by the Khmer Rouge regime, among 150 to 200 torture and execution centers. It was placed under the criminal authority of Kang Kek Iew កាំង ហ្គេកអ៊ាវ alias Comrade Duch (1942-2020). It became the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum. Etym. Tuol Sleng ទួលស្លែង means "Hill of the Poisonous Trees".

Terakoya and tenarai-sho: a wide range of different institutions

The names terakoya and tenarai-sho covered a wide range of different institutions. Schools varied considerably in size, in scope of tuition offered, according to whether they were designed primarily for samurai or commoner children, and according to the relative extent to which the desire to earn a living or the desire to do good predominated in their teachers’ motives. (s. : Ronald Dore. 1965. Education in Tokugawa JapanEd. Routledge)

Nikolaj Grundtvig

Nikolaj Grundtvig

Nikolaj Frederik Severin Grundtvig (1783 – 1872) - A Danish pastor and teacher – Very active in the formulation of modern Danish national consciousness - Creator of the concept of Folk high schools (Folkehøjskole).

Nikolaj Frederik Severin Grundtvig (1783 - 1872) - Pasteur et enseignant danois - Très actif dans la formulation de la conscience nationale danoise moderne - Créateur du concept d'école supérieure populaire (Folkehøjskole).

Joyo Kanji

Joyo Kanji

Jōyō kanji 常用漢字 (literally "regular-use Chinese characters") – An official list of 2,136 characters issued in 2010 – Supposed to be acquired at the end of compulsory education – Comprises 1,006 kanji in primary school and 1,130 in secondary school.

Jōyō kanji 常用漢字 (littéralement "caractères chinois d'usage courant") - Une liste officielle de 2 136 caractères publiée en 2010 - Sera acquise à la fin de l’enseignement obligatoire - Comprend 1 006 kanji à l’école primaire et 1 130 au secondaire.

Rentarō Taki

Rentarō Taki

Rentarō Taki 滝 廉太郎 (1879 – 1903)
A pianist and composer

He wrote Kōjō no Tsuki 荒城の月
“The Moon over the Ruined Castle”
A song included in the songbook for Junior High School students
inspired by Oka Castle built in 1185 for Minamoto no Yoshitsune

In 1998 the asteroid 8957 was named after the song

Kanji: 校. Radical: 木. Number of strokes: 10. Meaning: “ school”. Pronunciation: コウkō.

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