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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.
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/
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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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Students in Buenos protest to reject a controversial educational reform that includes free and compulsory labor in the last year of secondary school.
Argentina's capital Buenos Aires is home to the world's first Chinese-Spanish bilingual public school, an educational boon for local residents and a dream come true for thousands of Chinese immigrants in Argentina who long worried about their children's lack of Chinese education. “It’s a historical moment for the city’s public education,” Buenos Aires Mayor Mauricio Macri said at the commencement ceremony. "The bilingual school will play a significant role in the fusion of different cultures.” About 2,000 babies of Chinese descent are born in Argentina every year, and before the opening of Chinese-Spanish bilingual school, most parents would make the tough decision of sending their children back to China to finish primary school. But things have changed since the bilingual school was ...
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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
In this episode of IES Abroad's "This Is Study Abroad" series, IES Abroad Buenos Aires Center Director John Hudson and students discuss what it's like studying abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina and what tips they have for future students. Learn more about IES Abroad programs in Buenos Aires at http://www.IESabroad.org/buenos-aires. --------------------------- At IES Abroad, we know study abroad. Every day we see how studying abroad changes students' lives. As a not-for-profit organization that puts purpose before profit, we're proud of our legacy and leadership in the study abroad field. Learn more at http://www.IESabroad.org. LINKS: IES Abroad Student Blogs: http://blogs.IESabroad.org YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/IESabroad Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/IESabroad Twitter: http:/...
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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.
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: email@example.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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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. If you'd like to join our students at Minerva, take the first step. Apply here to be considered: http://bit.ly/ApplytoMinerva 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
An education reform introducing curriculum changes in Argentina's high-schools, has mobilized Buenos Aires students who accuse authorities of public disinvestment. With 7 high-schools in the capital city occupied, students are already planning a major protest for the weekend.
Thousands of students and teachers rallied through Buenos Aires, on Friday, to protest Argentinian President Mauricio Macri's suggested educational reform, as well as demand the return of missing political activist Santiago Maldonado. Maria Ines Recabriti, teacher and protester (Spanish): "The claim has to do with the reform for new schools, in which it is proposed that in the last year [of school], boys go to work practices, as they call it, that would be done in private companies, for a compulsory half a year and without any type of remuneration, to go to work at private companies." Maria Ines Recabriti, teacher and protester (Spanish): "In addition to the education and training of our children, teaching positions are put at risk as it is not known what will happen to them when they a...
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