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CBSE schools to undergo mandatory accreditation from September

NEW DELHI: Come September and all CBSE schools will have to undergo mandatory accreditation. And going by the results of the pilot run conducted by the Board, the process is not going to be a cakewalk. Just one of the 42 schools assessed in February-March managed to pass the review. CBSE has shortlisted 12 agencies for the next round of the pilot run and given them a month to assess 54 schools before actual evaluation begins in September.

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Foreign vocational courses

The Central Board of Secondary Education is going to offer vocational courses of Central Institute of Technology (CIT), Australia from 2013.

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CBSE students get voice in deciding what to study

Fresh school graduates will now for the first time help craft the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) curriculum for classes XI and XII. India’s largest school board is handpicking toppers in this year’s class XII Board examinations to evaluate the syllabus used by students in their final two years of school across all subjects and streams. Students entering class XI in 2014 will be the first users of this curriculum.

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CBSE introduces education kit on moral values

With an aim of reinforcing values in students, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has introduced an education kit to help them carry forward these objectives.

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CBSE students to get moral lessons via kit

NEW DELHI: With an aim to reinforce values in students, CBSE has introduced an education kit. Launched by HRD minister, M M Pallam Raju on Thursday, the kit is expected to serve as a broad guideline on moral education for teachers across all classes. CBSE recently decided to introduce 'value-based questions' of three to five marks in all major subjects in Class XII board exams.

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Forbes profile of The Collegiate School

A profile of one of America's 20 best prep schools.

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Oxbridge places 'dominated by just five elite schools'

Just five top schools send more pupils to Oxford and Cambridge than 2,000 other comprehensives or sixth-form colleges combined, figures show.

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How to Get Into Harvard

As college-application season enters its most stressful final stretch, parents want to know if their children's schools are delivering the goods -- consistently getting students into top universities.

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Child Protection Policy

Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We endeavor to provide a safe and welcoming environment where children are respected and valued. We are alert to the signs of abuse and neglect and follow our procedures to ensure that children receive effective support, protection and justice. The policy applies to all staff members.

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Parents' Guide

Welcome to Collegiate School’s safe parenting guide – a guide for parents and guardians. The school hopes that this guide can offer some ideas and information to help you find your way through what can be a maze of issues and advice. It gives further information you can follow up when you are deciding how to deal with your worries and difficulties. This guide also lists some of the warning signs of particular difficulties and offers helpful tips.

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Student Code of Conduct

The purpose of this publication is to provide students, parents, school staff, and the public with a concise and a comprehensive description of the minimum standards of behavior for all students enrolled in the Collegiate Schools.

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Teacher Code of Conduct

The purpose of this publication is to provide school teachers a framework of behavior and principle areas they need to be aware of their responsibilities when working in the school.

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Staff Code of Conduct

The Staff Code of Conduct is designed to give clear guidance on the standards of behavior that all school staff is expected to observe and the school should notify staff of this code and the expectations therein.

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