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Discuss the educational system of South America. Are most Latin Americans literate?
There are different educational systems in South America. These systems vary based on the country and on whether or not the educational system is from the government or fr…om a tribe.
Buenos Aries, Recife and, Riode Janero.
Today nearly 90 per cent of Latin American/Caribbean adults can read and write in Spanish but poor education systems continue to generate new illiterates
Most Latin American countries have democratic or federal republic governments. Franklin Roosevelts "Good Neighbor Policy"
Latin America is the region of the Americas (the American Continent) where romance language (Spanish, Portuguese and French) are spoken. It includes countries in North, Centra…l and South America and the Caribbean. This is every country in the Americas except for the United States, Canada, Guyana and Suriname. It does not include countries like Spain, Italy or Portugal where romance languages are spoken, but are not in the Americas.
Cuban band leaders were the most influential to America. They introduced the conga, cha cha, habenero, mambo and rumba.
The Amazon river system.
Guyana and Suriname I think...
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The UK system.
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Well, Colombia and Mexico have one of the best education systems in Latin America, but countries like Argentina, Venezuela and Uruguay have an overall more educated populati…on with more people completing high school and obtaining a degree. You can also measure this premise by analizing the level of education present in most latin American inmigrants and in emigration itself. For instance, while countries such as Mexico, Colombia and Bolivia tend to have enormous and constant emigration waves, their citizens abroad ( most of them residing in large urban centres: main U.S and European cities) tend to lack a college education and have lower literacy rates. In contrast, Uruguayans and Venezuelans, among others, are in general more educated, for these countries have significantly lower emigration levels, so those who actually travel overseas (in most cases) do so in order to either go on vacation (which in most latin American countries implies having a fairly good economic situation, stable source of income, college degree, etc.) or to pursue some sort of graduate education or job oportunity (which implies the same requirements stated before). Source: academic studies, reading and web searching, work and travel experience. I'm French-Spaniard by the way. I hope I helped.
The most common political system in South America is a federal republic. This usually has five branches of government namely executive, legislative, judiciary, electoral, …and citizen.
What was the system that was one of the most damaging to colonial latin America and led to the decline in the native American population called?
it is encomienda
Mexico is in Latin America. Latin America is the Americas (including the Caribbean) with the exception of Canada, the US, Guyana, Suriname, and Guyane (French Guiana). Mexico …happens to be in that part of Latin America that is also on the continent of North America.
Both. Geographically, Brazil is located on eastern South America.Culturally, it is part of the region known as Latin America, whichincludes all countries whose language was or…iginated from ancientLatin, such as Spanish, Portuguese and French.