AMERICAN EDUCATION SYSTEM VS. SPANISH EDUCATION SYSTEM.Group composed by:-David-Eduardo-Emiliano-Rosa
SPANISH EDUCATION SYSTEM Pre-School Primary School Secondary School Bachillerato Vocational training University studies Postgraduate
SPANISH EDUCATION SYSTEM Pre-school (0-6 years of age) - First Cicle: (0-3 years) - Second Cicle: (3-6 years) Non- compulsory and free Primary school (6-12 years of age) - First Cicle: (6-9 years) - Second Cicle: (9-12 years) Compulsory and free
Secondary education (12-16 years of age) - Compulsory and free (Bachiller)(16-18 years of age) - Arts - Nature and Health Sciences - Sciences & Engineering - Social Sciences - Humanities - Non-compulsory and free
Vocational Training - Middle Grade Training Cycles Secondary diploma as a requirement - Superior-level Training Cycles School leaver as the principal requirement
CATEGORIES OF SPANISH SCHOOLS Private schools State schools Private run schools funded by the State
AMERICAN EDUCATION SYSTEM Elementary School Middle School High School College Postgraduated education
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL From 4 until 11 years old Preschool: 4-5 years old Kindergarten: 5-6 years old Spanish pre- school Grades: 1st: 6-7 years old 2nd: 7-8 years old 3rd: 8-9 years old Compulsory and free 4th: 9-10 years old 5th: 10-11 years old
MIDDLE SCHOOL From 11 until 14 6th Grade: 11-12 years old 7th Grade: 12-13 years old Compulsory and free 8th Grade: 13-14 years old
HIGH SCHOOL From 14 until 18 years old 9th: Freshman: 14-15 years old Compulsory 10th: Sophomore: 15-16 years old and free 11th: Junior: 16-17 years old 12th: Senior: 17-18 years old DIPLOMA
MAIN DIFFERENCES Spanish American School years: Courses School years: Grades Diploma: Diploma:After Secondary Education. After Senior High School (16 years old) (18 years old) Teachers: Students:switch classes switch classes Bachiller: Junior/Senior High School:Focused on what you You study a little bit ofwant to specialized in. Everything.
FUNDING (PUBLIC SCHOOLS) Spanish AmericanRegional governments Regionalgovernments & propertytaxes in the community.
ADMINISTRATIONIn the United States public schools are dividedinto districts.Every district has a Superintedent who is chosenby local elections and is the director of schooldistricts.The Principal has more power than here inSpain. He is the person in charge of recruitingteachers and managing the schools.On the other hand,
HOMESCHOOLING Definition Another option Why started? Why is chosen? Opposition