EDUCATIVE SYSTEM Primary Age is 6 to Basic school 12 years old elements Junior Age is 12 to SpecializedSEP School 15 subjects Age is 15 to Common High School 18 years old curriculum “Which are compulsory by law” but “Religious instruction is prohibited in public schools”
STATISTICS OF EDUCATION IN MEXICO & REQUERIMENTS:Educational reforms Admissions and exit examination Teacher evaluation Professional development mechanisms
COSTSEducation cannot accurately be called free in Mexico, insofar aspublic spending annually allotted for education exceeds the entirebudgets of Latin American.• Out of every 100 students enteringprimary: 68 complete basic education 35 graduate from Upper Secondary
LEVELSchool education is compulsory from age five (in NorthernIreland from the four) and even turned sixteen. However, toaccess higher education, are generally expected to remain inschool until eighteen. Preschool age 2-5 (pre-school). Primary age 5-11 (primary education).: InAge 11-16/18 (secondary education).•Some cases there is an intermediate stage (middle school)between primary and secondary.
COSTS There are large By law, it also The core subjects variations in includes religion and are compulsory costs. For the classes, and for high English, mathematic primary, vary school students, sex s and science. The between £ 950 and education. However, foundation are £ 2.500 per parents have the technology, history, quarter, and for the right to withdraw geography.secondary, between their children from£ 1.300 and £ 3.000. these classes.
FAMOUS SCHOOL Eton College (UK), princes and rulers:Founded in 1440, this school of male hosts much of theBritish aristocracy as the rulers of England and 19 primeministers. To enter you have to overcome the "approval"ultraselectas families. One year costs 25,000 €.
FAMOUS SCHOOLHarrow School (United Kingdom), Churchill College:Since 1572, their classrooms have been formed to 7 Britishprime ministers, including Winston Churchill and royals inJordan, Iraq and the United Kingdom. The school yearamounted to € 36,000.
LEVELS high school9th to 12vogradoJóvenes of entre14 and 18 years old middle SchoolFrom 6 to 8 Children entre11 degree and 13 years old primary schoolKindergarten to 5th grade del1ro entre5 children and 10 years old
* Middle o Junior High: This program depending on your state, school programs ranging from School math and science clubs to theater groups and singing. High School: The extracurricular classes are more numerous than his previous one and is framed to provide a range of materials relevant to university life.
COSTS The costs of private education is up to Public education is each school, the free. During the school rates varyingfrom $ 4,000 to $year must pay some minimal 10,000 per year. This fee does contributions on account not include school supplies, uniforms, mobility, etc
REQUERIMENTS Intake interview Forms, application forms and all the data Photograph of child Writing test. Letter of parental consent Duly authenticated record notes. Recommendation from professors. Teacher recommendation and principal guide. Certificate of medical evaluation and history
MAIN CITIES AND LANDMARKS IN MEXICO NAME STATE POPULATION1 MEXICO CITY D.F. 8.851,0802 TIJUANA B.C. 1,559,6833 PUEBLA PUEBLA 1,539,8194 JALISCO GUADALAJARA 1,459,1895 LEON GUANAJUATO 1,436,4806 JUAREZ CHIHUAHUA 1,332,1317 MONTERREY NUEVO LEON 1,135,5508 XALAPA VERACUZ 7,643,1949 CANCUN QUINTANA ROO10 MERIDA YUCATAN
MEXICO CITY •Thecity properproduces 21.8% ofthe countrys gross domestic product. •The level of household expenditure inMexico City is close to that of an average householdin Germany or Japa n. • In later years it was made into a mausoleum for the most important heroes of that war.
TIJUANA, CALIFOR NIA •Became the medical device manufacture capital of the North American continent •In addition there are some high-tech firms and telemarketing companies •ElCentro Cultural contains a concert hall where some of the worlds most famous artists perform, theater, films and museum
PUEBLA, PUEBLA•Earlier known only for its textileindustry, today Puebla is an importantcommercial center for automobile and iron and steel industries. •This famousalley, amusingly named"the Alley of the Frogs" is a beautiful and colorful stroll between intriguing and interesting antique stores
JALISCO, GUADALA •The root JARA Mexican core of culture can be found in this city,.•. Apart from the historic spots, also has exotic restaurants, shopping malls and a happening night life. •Rotonda :Surrounded by green lush trees. This is anelegant place where many of the illustrious people of Guadalajara are buried.
LEON, GUANAJUA TO •Its first-class services andhotel industry turn it into one of the most important centers inMexico with numerous options:1. Entertainment2. Gastronomy3. leisure activities• Alhondiga De Granaditas: It was created to replace an old granary near the citys river. It has become an archeological museum, and a historic landmark.
CIUDADJUAREZ, CHIHUAHUA • Produce electronics, autom obile parts, and wood products. • San Francisco Temple: It is now recognized as one of the most valuable buildings in the city as one of the few still- existing colonial monuments in the city centre. .
MONTERREY, NUEVO LEON •Because of its strong steel industry, it is often called "thePittsburgh of Mexico •Faro de Comercio:Bright red in colour, the Faro de Comercio comes into its own at night, when a laser at the very top of the tower illuminates various parts of Monterrey.
XALAPA, VERACRUZ •Veracruz is noted for its beautiful beaches, hotel and tourism•Callejon el diamante: At night the street is often crowded witha Bohemian atmospher e and features a number of cafes and shops catering for the arts.
CANCUN, QUINTANA ROO •Has become dependent upon itsreliable travel industry. With high-rise beachfront hotels, spreading resorts and many appealingcoastal areas complete with sandy beach. •The recreation of a pre-Hispanic ball game, a coral reef aquarium, a butterfly pavilion more over underground rivers
MERIDA,YUCATAN •Has the highest percentage ofindigenous persons of any large city in Mexico. •Mérida has beennicknamed "The WhiteCity", though the exactorigin of this moniker is not clear•These are the vestiges of a fascinating civilization of times past.
MAIN CITIES AND LANDMARKS IN UKM N° City Administrative division 1 London London 2 Birmingham West Midlands 3 Glasgow Glasgow 4 Liverpool North West England 5 Edinburgh Edinburgh 6 Leeds Yorkshire and Humber 7 Sheffield Yorkshire and Humber 8 Manchester North West England 9 Bristol South West England 10 Cardiff South Wales
The Big Ben and the British Parliament:It is without doubt the most emblematic monument throughoutthe United Kingdom, and the symbol of British democracy, whichboth boast. The original Westminster Palace burned down in1834 so it had to be rebuilt. The Current rises from the ashes ofthe former, since 1888. 48 years were needed to rebuild it. TheBig Ben is located in the Clock Tower of the Palace and isnamed after the famous clock that can be seen from anywhere inLondon in the tower of St. Stephen.
Stonehenge:The famous megalithic stones that find near London, is upfor over 5,000 years and is today a place of worship foresoteric and astrologers, researchers who want tounravel the mystery of the stones there raised. Built fromthe year 2800 BC, was once a religious center of Celticculture.
The Eden Project:Located in a quarry near Cornwall , this complex houses alarge exhibition greenhouses botany. One of the largest inthe world with over 12,000 species of plants that comefrom all over the world.
MAIN CITIES AND LANDMARKS IN USA 1. New York, N.Y.The Big Apple. The City that Never Sleeps.A new nickname for New York City couldbe “The Artists’ Mecca.” 2. Chicago, Ill. The Windy City has blown its way into the second spot once again this year. As the nation’s largest Midwestern city grows, so does its art scene. Wherever you go in Chi- Town, you are surrounded by public art. 3. Washington, D.C.Washington, D.C., is not only our nation’scapital, but is vying to be the art capital aswell.
4. San Francisco, Calif.the City by the Bay represents the WestCoast in our top five Big Cities category. 5. Boston, Mass. With modern galleries, craft festivals, museums and the well-known Institute of Contemporary Art, Beantown is definitely in the 21st century. 6. Philadelphia, Pa.Philadelphia is known for its arts andculture. The cheesesteak and softpretzelare emblematic of Philadelphiacuisine,
7. Albuquerque, N.M.Albuquerque is home to 300 visualarts, music, dance, literary, film, ethnic, andcraft organizations, museums, festivals andassociations. 8. Seattle, Wash.Seattles current official nickname is the"Emerald City", the result of a contest heldin 1981 9. Atlanta, GeorgiaAtlanta has flourishing music, fine art, andtheater scenes. It has also become a majorregional center for film and televisionproduction.
Lincoln memorialThe Lincoln Memorial was built tohonor Abraham Lincoln, the 16thpresident of the United States.Surrounding the monument are 36marble columns representing the 36states of the Union at the time ofAbraham Lincolns death.Inside the monument is(1) a 19 footwhite marble statue of AbrahamLincoln. On the walls are etched thewords of his Gettysburg Addresscalling for unity of the country,"that government of the people, bythe people, and for the people, shallnot perish from the earth."
Mount RushmoreCarved into the granite wall of MountRushmore are the faces of 4presidents:Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln andTheodore Roosevelt. Thesepresidents symbolize the UnitedStates ideals: Washington standingfor independence; Jefferson fordemocracy; Lincoln for equality;and, Roosevelt for the role in worldaffairs..
Statue of LibertyThe Statue of Liberty is one of the bestknown American landmarks. It was a gift tothe United States from France tocommemorate their alliance during theAmerican Revolution.It is located in the New York harbor nearEllis Island. The statue welcomed newimmigrants to the United States whoentered the country through Ellis Islandbetween 1892 and 1954.
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