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Thousands of students from about 30 schools marched towards Soledad Acuna from the Minister of Education in Buenos Aires, Friday, protesting against educational reforms with the so-called “Secondary of the Future” Muriel Sotomayor, student (Spanish): "In the fifth year, the second semester dedicated to internships in companies that are unpaid and are obligatory, the student who does not want to do the internships directly is not approved because they are paid with credits." Muriel Sotomayor, student (Spanish): "In the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina are 30 schools taken that say no to the school of the future." Video ID: 20170916-002 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Over 25,000 international students are now studying in Argentina. The vast majority are Latin Americans seeking both undergraduate and Masters degrees. They are attracted by the country’s high academic standard and culture, as well as the affordability of pursuing their studies there. Argentine universities don’t charge tuition fees. To a lesser extent, students from Europe and the United States have also chosen to study in the country for the same reasons. Leo Poblete reports from Buenos Aires for teleSUR. http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/argentina-free-education-puts-people-over-profit/
Similarities and differences between public education in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Pennsylvania, United States. With Maggie Felisberto and Maria Pais, filmed by Juan Alcoleas, for Logan Reihart's Spanish class at Juniata Valley High School.
Our mission is simple: to provide you with the best study abroad program possible—which includes the highest quality academic and cultural experiences while you study abroad in Buenos Aires. We offer unique courses that explore Argentine Language, History, and Culture, as well as other topics, through an in-depth and hands-on approach. Our world-class professors and course options at prestigious local universities enhance your academic experience and provide you with new perspectives each day in class. In this episode of IES Abroad's "This Is Study Abroad" series, IES Abroad Buenos Aires Center Director John Hudson and students discuss academic opportunities in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Learn more about IES Abroad programs in Buenos Aires at http://www.IESabroad.org/buenos-aires. --------...
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I was people watching at a busy hours in the Capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires. Just in this video you are able to see the daily life and the struggle of life of the people around the world. There more and more and fast and faster the people of the Rural population is arriving in the cities around the world.
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Painted canvas banners hanging at the façade of the historic and prestigious Carlos Pellegrini School in Buenos Aires city read "takeover" as a sign of an escalating educational conflict that began last year and seems to have reached a deadlock. Within the framework of a reform decided by a resolution of the Federal Council of Education, the administration of Mayor Mauricio Macri is moving forward with the implementation of curriculum changes that will reduce orientation programs as well as hours of instructional time in key subjects such as History and Geography. Only a month ahead Argentineans hold general elections with sits at Buenos Aires legislature renewing, 7 high-schools remain occupied. But takeovers might spread. Last year, when education authorities announced a first round ...
Two British teachers add Argentina to their list of countries as they travel the world in a tuk tuk. Full story: Two British teachers extended their world record for the longest journey in a tuk tuk—a motorized ricksaw—on Monday. Nick Gough and Rich Sears, both 28 and born in Bath, United Kingdom, arrived in Buenos Aires as part of a global charity drive to raise cash for education projects in developing countries. They are childhood friends and as teachers—at the Royal Grammar School in Guildford, Surrey—are passionate about education and its importance for each child and the global community. Their arrival in the Argentine capital comes after a tumultuous journey for the pair which has seen them take in 39 countries and traverse nearly 25-thousand miles around the globe. [Nick Gough...
Cities - The Real Buenos Aires 1 of 2 - BBC Travel Documentary, recorded 02.10.2010 To arrive in Buenos Aires is to find oneself somewhere at once deeply familiar and entirely new. Buenos Aires is sometimes called 'the Paris of the South' With its mix of old world charm and new world edginess, Buenos Aires has an electricity about it that is hard to describe, but impossible not to notice. Argentina began as a backwater of Spain's South American colonies but by the early 20th Century had risen to become one of the richest nations in the world. The expression 'rich as an Argentine' was bandied about in Europe, as boatloads of portenos landed on the continent - often with servants in tow - to do the grand tour. The city still lays claim to the title 'Paris of the South' and...
Study Abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina with Sol Education broad, voted the #1 study abroad program by Abroad101 & Student Universe! www.soleducation.com/argentina Learn Spanish in the most fascinating city in South America…Buenos Aires. Wander the bustling streets and grand avenues of the city and then explore the numerous historic neighborhoods. Experience the enchanting nightlife that the cosmopolitan city is famous for, tango clubs, cafés and world-class theaters.
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Learn Spanish in the most fascinating city in South America...Buenos Aires. Wander the bustling streets and grand avenues of the city and then explore the numerous historic neighborhoods. Experience the enchanting nightlife that the cosmopolitan city is famous for, tango clubs, cafés and world-class theaters.
Thousands of students gathered in downtown Buenos Aires, Thursday, to decry new education reforms implemented under Argentinian President Mauricio Macri. Video ID: 20160513-004 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Vine: https://vine.co/Ruptly Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly
Academia Buenos Aires is a leading spanish school in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It offers spanish classes for learners on all levels, starting every monday, year-round. Centrally located in Buenos Aires, this spanish schools offers 12 modern classrooms in a historical building.
In Argentina, thousands of students and teachers have rallied in Buenos Aires to protest reforms in the education system. The protest came after Buenos Aires’s City Hall and the education associations failed to reach an agreement over cuts proposed by the mayor of the Argentine capital. Manoel Giffoni has more on the story. Live @ http://www.presstv.ir/live.html Twitter @ http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak @ http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+ @ http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram @ http://instagram.com/presstvchannel
This third episode of the Global Immersion series highlights four students in the Class of 2019 and their experiential learning in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is one in a multi-city series. Visit our website: http://minerva.kgi.edu Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/minervaschools/ Like our Facebook page: http://facebook.com/minervaschoolsatkgi Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/minervaschools