How are Sweden schools different in Sweden than us?
Schools in Sweden provide free food to all students and teachers. It is free to get education in Sweden.
schools in china tend to have more chinese people than us schools
All schools are different, but lots have the same spring break. It is different for other holidays.
The US, Russia, China, Brazil and Canada are among the countries that are bigger than Sweden.
Yes. In the majority of high schools there are lockers. Different schools have different sizes but most do have lockers. But some schools do not have lockers like my school we have to carry our books and bags around with us
yes usa is bigger than sweden by both by population and by land area
they are not that alike japan schools are more strict but they learn the same things as us just in a different style
The average height of the buildings in schools can vary with area; for example many schools in the US are multistorey but others never have more than one. Even within one school, the buildings will be quite different heights.
not that different. they havce the same lessons as us but the school day is shorter.
That would depend on your meaning. The commonly accepted Sweden is a country, located in the northern part of Europe. However, there are no less than 3 towns in the US named Sweden. So, in a manner, one could say that yes, Sweden IS located in the US. Just don't attempt to answer that on any school geography quiz.
It has a different type of government. They speak a different language. They have a different religion. They make different kinds of houses, and they have different types of schools.
Israel is different than the us because Israel is small and the US is big. Israel people wear different clothes and have different customs.
Europe & Sweden
There are seldom official listings. There are many different ways of rating schools. Some states release the results of standardized tests and rank schools that way. In the US, US News and World Report does a ranking of public high schools based on the types of exams taken.
That's difficult to answer as you do not state in which country. Also public scools are different in different places. For instance in the UK what are known as public schools are called private schools in the US
Hardly, not in any way:population, land mass, working ethics.
because they are scum H.Q and they think they are more superior than us so they think they have more rights than us
Just about every school in the US
(in the US) I seriously doubt that the question is a true statement.
Bjorn Lyrvall is the Ambassador to the US for Sweden.
Schools in Australia and US have differences like in Australia we have school uniforms where as US can have casual clothes schools, US schools could have security guards surrounding the grounds and cameras where as Australia has staff supervising and security cameras. There isn't much of a difference between schools in Australia and US but if you're choosing a private school than they will have a more stricter uniform, but it's practically the same compared… Read More
Ireland is much smaaler than the US but the US has more crops.
There are 3501 middle schools in the US and 1974 High Schools
As for public schools, no. Both are equally bad.
Yes; Mexico is an independent country different than the US. There is however, a state known as NEW Mexico which belongs to the US.
A lot of different jobs, pretty much the same as the US. Fishing, logging, medical,doctor,nursing
No, the Nazis did not have schools in the US. No, the Nazis did not have schools in the US.
the US is different from Japan because in the US we speak mostly English and in Japan they speak Japanese.
3501 middle schools in the us
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Well believe it for lunchtime people in France schools have two hours at lunchtime and there break time is 1h 30m but they did finish later than us
Yes, because we have different opinions than other countries. Therefore, we are a heterodox country. The US is heterodox because it tolerates different opinions/lifestyles/religions/etc., not because the US has different opinions than other countries.
If the inflation rate in the US is greater than the inflation rate in Sweden other things held constant the Swedish currency will?
The Swedish currency will appreciate against the US dollar.
Only middle schools and High schools and colledges can, so that'll be like100 schools in the US
100 accredited in the US as of 2008. There are about 130 medical schools and only 58 dental schools.
Sweden uses the Swedish Krona. One US dollar is equal to 6. 86 Swedish Krona. Sweden does not use or accept US currency.
167 medical schools in the Us up to 2012
There are countless defunct schools all over the US.
The US has way BETTER tech
Neither. The correct phrase is "different from". The phrase "different than" is commonly used in the US, but it is not grammatically correct. 'Than' should only be used when degrees of comparison are applied, as in "less than", "fewer than" or "more than".
performing worse than those of most other industrialized nations
Asbestos, a carcinogen formerly used as insulation.
There is no official language. Many different languages are spoken in the United States. but mostly english and spanish are taught in the schools.
The correct use is actually "different from". However, you will find "different than" commonly being spoken across the US. This does not mean it is correct.
It's quiet expensive for tourists, but for us who lives here, it's normal. Sweden is a cheaper country than Norway.
John McCain attended many different schools growing up, as his father (an admiral in the US Navy) was frequently re-stationed. The schools McCain attended include: * Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia * US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland * National War College in Fort McNair, Washington D.C.
No, most US schools are not open on Memorial Day.
DNA Makes Us Different Than Each Other.Everyone Has Its Own DNA,Which Creates By Mixing Parents' Characteristics.That's Why All Of Us Are Different.
It is .98 cents from Oregon to Sweden.