Post-compulsory education

definition

Education followed by an individual after compulsory education, which sets minimum legal standards and duration of obligatory schooling.

example of use

It requires that states admit refugees to post-compulsory education on conditions no less favourable than those applicable to aliens generally. The Protocols agreed in 1967 extend the coverage of the 1951 Convention worldwide (Sinclair, 2002: 35).

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