Chapter 13 Key 1. (p. 347) Which social institution teaches not only knowledge and skills but also cultural norms and values? A. politics B. economy C. education D. religion Croteau - Chapter 13 #1 Level: Basic Topic: Education and Schooling Type: Knowledge 2. (p. 347) How does schooling differ from education? A. Education is the process of instruction whereas schooling is the social institution. B. Education refers to skill acquisition whereas schooling refers to knowledge. C. Schooling is the process of instruction whereas education is the social institution. D. Education refers to advanced grades whereas schooling refers to elementary school. Croteau - Chapter 13 #2 Level: Moderate Topic: Education and Schooling Type: Analysis
3. (p. 347) Which of the following would NOT indicate a commitment to education within a particular country? A. A country's government decides to divest from education and turn it over to the private sector. B. Most young people spend a good portion of their lives in school settings.
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