@VijeMiller · 2h
'.. if it were medicine .. they would call it medicine,' was some thing similar to what George Carlin had said.
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Tier System

Present dissension in the procedures of education apportions to variance and distribution methodologies. Education requires a static configuration in order to allocate uniformity in development of the student and educator regardless of facility.

Physical Education

Each course is accompanied by a Course (Tier) Reference Guide. This booklet identifies the segmentations of study per course per evaluated time period and references several key requisite materials and components designated by the segmented course. This booklet would be acquired by the educators, student and parents preceding first tier reception.

Course Reference Guide (Key)
Course Title
Tier Segment Reference Numeral
Estimated Age Classification
Allotted Session Time
Textbook Reference Codes
Aides Reference Codes
Test Reference Code
Year of Designation
Course Segment Treatment

The average integrated educational stage of development for a youth is approximately 2800 days, excluding adult institutional education. With the ancillary average of 200 days per year, the course layout designates tiers 1.0 (3-4 years old) through 140.9 (16-18 years old).

Each segmented tier per assessed time period necessitates a (coded) test requiring a passing 80 per-cent (minimum) for reception into the next tier. Re-tests are allocated tersely upon failure during transition intervals in order to retain student pacing. If incessant denial of conversion, student is remanded.

Each course tier is precisely designated to a predetermined itinerary. Charting this course of study becomes multifaceted, allocating precision citationed assessment of the studentís acumen by educators, students, parents and extracurricular representatives.

Alterations to tiers and overall course design becomes more accessible. Faults in distribution by educators becomes a reduced volatility as curriculum outline is predetermined, static and cognizant by educators, students and parents.