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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 from a tribe.
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The educational system in South America is very tough for kids because the parents can't help them with their homework. Oh and 90 percent of them are literate but the poor ed…ucation system continues to grow.
1. grundskola 7-16 years mandatory free 2. gymnasium free 3. univerity/collage free admitted?/accepted through ; --> a. gymnasium score --> b. general knowledge Test…
In the New England colonies, parents believed that their children should learn about Christianity. To that end, parents taught their children to read so they could read …the Bible. And once those kids knew how to read, they could read school books as well. New England villages having more than 100 families set up grammar schools, which taught boys Latin and math and other subjects needed to get into college. And although girls could read, they weren't allowed to go to grammar school or to college. Middle Colonies schools were also largely religious but taught the teachings of one religion. If you were a Catholic, you learned about the Catholic religion. Most schools were private. Students also learned other subjects so they could get into college. Again, girls weren't allowed to attend, unless they were Quakers. School-age kids in the Southern Colonies were taught at home, for the most part, by their parents or by private tutors. When these kids became teenagers, they would then go off to college or to Europe. As in the other colonies, Southern girls did not go to school. Schools were generally small, not like the large ones many kids go to today. Kids learned to read from special books called hornbooks
Education in S.Korea is very though and you have to be in top 5% to get scholorships for schools.
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Each country has their own education system designed to the needs of the country and the countries economic ability to pay for schooling.
The public education system there is consistently in the Nation's bottom ten percent. Allowng drop out at 16 may allter the analysis of available data and seems to be counter-…iintutitive and counter-productive to the Public Good. It may prove to be both cost effective and inovative, but only time will tell.
there are 8 years of primary school and after that 3 or 4 years of middle school (3 years if you choose a profession like salesman, mechanic, florist...) and 4 years if you ch…oose gymnasium or something like civil engineering or electric engineering. after that you can go to university, which lasts mostly 5 years (3+2). you can also go to university with a 3 year school, but then you don't get a high degree as with 4 years and it's easier. school in Croatia is hard. we learn a lot and fast. we learn a lot of unnecessary things, like lots of names and years in history and everything (i still remember the long name of an ancient lord from asyrrian empire, but don't know what he did ). but that's also good. the grades are from 1-5 (5 is the best, 1 is the worst)
the french system of formal study.
It's really hard but very good.
Jordan ranks number one overall in the Arab World and has one of the best education systems in the developing world. Ranked 18th worldwide by UNESCO for it's gender equality i…n education. Jordan has a literacy rate if 93% and has a rate of 98.2% enrollment for primary education. Access to a higher means of education is open to General Secondary Education graduates, who can then apply to a university or community college. Competition in Jordan is very tough for admission into public universities. It is also the home for foreign universities campus' as well. Like the George Washington University, which has plans in progress to set the heart of medical professional training for the Middle East and North Africa here.
Now days Chinook children go to school like other American children. Many Chinook children take time out of the school day once a week and learn Chinook stories, songs and dan…ces. In the summer some Chinook children take part in the Inter Tribal Canoe Journey and learn to paddle canoes for long distances, camping along the way. At night they learn about their ancestors and perform songs and dances. On the final day of the journey the host gives a large potlatch.