• Argentine Education vs. United States Education

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    published: 15 Jan 2013
  • Argentina: Free Education Puts People over Profit

    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/

    published: 30 Oct 2015
  • Teachers and Principals talk about public education in Argentina

    Teachers and Principals share their views on public education during the Public Schools Annual Meeting in Buenos Aires, Argentina

    published: 07 Dec 2009
  • BUENOS AIRES | Study Abroad | Education & Academics in Buenos Aires

    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. --------...

    published: 13 Apr 2015
  • Argentina: Thousands of students protest educational reforms in Buenos Aires

    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 FutureMuriel 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: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly

    published: 16 Sep 2017
  • Rural education in Argentina

    For more information, go to www.worldbank.org/argentina

    published: 18 Nov 2013
  • Argentine students protest reforms in education system

    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

    published: 01 Jul 2015
  • Chevron Invests in Education in Argentina

    In Argentina, Chevron’s investments in education are individual and unique. Through support for the needs of a rural school in the Nequen province, Chevron is helping children in this remote area gain access to better lives through education. Scholarships and internships in the field of petroleum engineering offer lifetime career opportunities for students. Chevron is among enthusiastic supporters of the Dino Project, preserving the archeological history of our planet. Learn more about how Chevron invests in education at http://www.chevron.com/corporateresponsibility/community/education/ Learn more about Chevron at http://www.chevron.com.

    published: 17 Mar 2015
  • How to Get Around Buenos Aires on Public Transportation

    Official Vlogger Niah takes us with her on the train and bus, so we know how to navigate Buenos Aires!

    published: 24 Apr 2017
  • Global Immersion: Buenos Aires

    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

    published: 09 May 2017
  • Argentina: Thousands of protesting students flood to Buenos Aires' streets over educational reform

    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...

    published: 23 Sep 2017
  • Cities - The Real Buenos Aires 1 of 2 - BBC Travel Documentary

    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...

    published: 06 Feb 2011
  • Buenos Aires students protest against education reform

    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 ...

    published: 24 Sep 2013
  • Life cost Life Style Education and Health Argentina and Chile

    *** Remember to subscribe to recieve the next immigraton updates and share with family and friends who are interested *** mail@latin-trust.com Whatsapp: 54 9 11 2164-2770 - 56 9 5961 0979​ You will find good information on this links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_GDP_(PPP)_per_capita http://www.forbes.com/best-countries-for-business/#/tab:overall_page:3 http://www.transparency.org/cpi2015 https://www.indy100.com/article/worlds-safest-countries-map-7355121 http://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings Why move to ArgentinaIt’s a beautiful country, with no shortage of interesting ecosystems to visit and explore. There are the Andes mountains, lakes, pampas, Amazonian jungles/waterfalls, dry/arid northwest heights, and even glaciers (as well as access to ...

    published: 02 Feb 2017
  • Feria Universitaria Education USA - Feria Internacional del Libro de Buenos Aires

    Feria Universitaria Education USA con representantes de distintas universidades de los Estados Unidos. http://www.el-libro.org.ar/

    published: 05 May 2017
  • Study Abroad in Argentina with Sol Education Abroad

    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 AmericaBuenos 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.

    published: 30 Aug 2017
  • Expanish Virtual Tour -- Spanish School in Buenos Aires - Argentina

    This video has been replaced with an updated version. Here is the link to watch the new video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0mNzFSkeHY Expanish Spanish School in Buenos Aires offers students a unique language learning experience by combining Spanish courses and cultural experiences. Our Spanish school is a place where passions for education and travel merge, resulting in our strongest belief: living and learning a language in a foreign country is the doorway to true understanding and knowledge of the Spanish language.

    published: 09 Mar 2011
  • Argentina: Thousands protest Macri’s education reforms in Buenos Aires

    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: cd@ruptly.tv 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

    published: 13 May 2016
  • First Chinese-Spanish public school thrives in Argentina

    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 ...

    published: 28 Mar 2015
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  • Academia Buenos Aires - Spanish courses in Argentina

    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.

    published: 03 May 2013
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    Spanish/Nat Students in Argentina are vowing to fight on following Wednesday night's big protest outside Congress in Buenos Aires where lawmakers have been considering a bill to end free university education. If the bill is approved by the senate, students will have to pay tuition and other fees, while the government will have say over how campuses are run. In the midst of a severe economic recession and rising unemployment students say what little they have is being taking away. Argentinian students are still smarting at the government's decision to make them pay for higher education, which they believe to be a right and not a privilege. This graffiti denounces what students see as a government sell-out. Students make up a sizeable force here. There are 700-thousand ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
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    Universidad de Belgrano is one of the oldest and largest private universities in Argentina. International students play a vital role in the community life of the

    published: 24 Jun 2016
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    From The Zoo School in Grand Rapids, Michigan to Harvey Milk High School in New York, New York here are 13 Most Innovative Schools You’ll Want to Attend. Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr #6 - Visitacion Valley Middle School in San Francisco, California The Visitacion Valley Middle School is innovative for two major reasons, their implementation of “Quiet Time” as well as their extensive list of support services for the students, most of which are located within the Wellness Center. In 2007, Principal Jim Dierke implemented two 15-minute breaks one at the beginning and one at the end of the school day. That, coupled with the comprehensive care given to students in the Wellness Center, gives the students a great deal of much-needed support since Dierke explained that most of the...

    published: 22 Mar 2017
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Argentine Education vs. United States Education

Argentine Education vs. United States Education

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  • Updated: 15 Jan 2013
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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.
https://wn.com/Argentine_Education_Vs._United_States_Education
Argentina: Free Education Puts People over Profit

Argentina: Free Education Puts People over Profit

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  • Updated: 30 Oct 2015
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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/
https://wn.com/Argentina_Free_Education_Puts_People_Over_Profit
Teachers and Principals talk about public education in Argentina

Teachers and Principals talk about public education in Argentina

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  • Updated: 07 Dec 2009
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Teachers and Principals share their views on public education during the Public Schools Annual Meeting in Buenos Aires, Argentina
https://wn.com/Teachers_And_Principals_Talk_About_Public_Education_In_Argentina
BUENOS AIRES | Study Abroad | Education & Academics in Buenos Aires

BUENOS AIRES | Study Abroad | Education & Academics in Buenos Aires

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  • Updated: 13 Apr 2015
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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. --------------------------- 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://twitter.com/IESabroad Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/IESabroad Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/IESabroad
https://wn.com/Buenos_Aires_|_Study_Abroad_|_Education_Academics_In_Buenos_Aires
Argentina: Thousands of students protest educational reforms in Buenos Aires

Argentina: Thousands of students protest educational reforms in Buenos Aires

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  • Updated: 16 Sep 2017
  • views: 352
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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 FutureMuriel 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: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
https://wn.com/Argentina_Thousands_Of_Students_Protest_Educational_Reforms_In_Buenos_Aires
Rural education in Argentina

Rural education in Argentina

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  • Updated: 18 Nov 2013
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For more information, go to www.worldbank.org/argentina
https://wn.com/Rural_Education_In_Argentina
Argentine students protest reforms in education system

Argentine students protest reforms in education system

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  • Updated: 01 Jul 2015
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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
https://wn.com/Argentine_Students_Protest_Reforms_In_Education_System
Chevron Invests in Education in Argentina

Chevron Invests in Education in Argentina

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  • Updated: 17 Mar 2015
  • views: 715
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In Argentina, Chevron’s investments in education are individual and unique. Through support for the needs of a rural school in the Nequen province, Chevron is helping children in this remote area gain access to better lives through education. Scholarships and internships in the field of petroleum engineering offer lifetime career opportunities for students. Chevron is among enthusiastic supporters of the Dino Project, preserving the archeological history of our planet. Learn more about how Chevron invests in education at http://www.chevron.com/corporateresponsibility/community/education/ Learn more about Chevron at http://www.chevron.com.
https://wn.com/Chevron_Invests_In_Education_In_Argentina
How to Get Around Buenos Aires on Public Transportation

How to Get Around Buenos Aires on Public Transportation

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  • Updated: 24 Apr 2017
  • views: 76
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Official Vlogger Niah takes us with her on the train and bus, so we know how to navigate Buenos Aires!
https://wn.com/How_To_Get_Around_Buenos_Aires_On_Public_Transportation
Global Immersion: Buenos Aires

Global Immersion: Buenos Aires

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  • Updated: 09 May 2017
  • views: 6848
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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
https://wn.com/Global_Immersion_Buenos_Aires
Argentina: Thousands of protesting students flood to Buenos Aires' streets over educational reform

Argentina: Thousands of protesting students flood to Buenos Aires' streets over educational reform

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  • Updated: 23 Sep 2017
  • views: 219
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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 are replaced by a computer or perhaps an assistant. Having a computer that will assist in our children's learning only requires an assistant; you do not need teachers anymore." Video ID: 20170923-004 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
https://wn.com/Argentina_Thousands_Of_Protesting_Students_Flood_To_Buenos_Aires'_Streets_Over_Educational_Reform
Cities - The Real Buenos Aires 1 of 2 - BBC Travel Documentary

Cities - The Real Buenos Aires 1 of 2 - BBC Travel Documentary

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  • Updated: 06 Feb 2011
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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 more than any other Latin American capital, Buenos Aires has traditionally looked to Europe - not just Spain, but France, England, Belgium and beyond. When the money from its rich farmlands poured into the coffers of the city's wealthiest families, they built Hausmannesque boulevards and slate-roofed mansions. Potent mix Many Argentines have their roots in Europe thanks to a push for immigration in the late 19th Century. In fact you'll hear as many Italian surnames here (Maradona being undoubtedly the most famous) as you will Spanish, with plenty of Swiss, German and Russian names mixed in. It's this potent mix of cultures that lends Buenos Aires its distinctly cosmopolitan feel. It's also this mongrel blend - one of which portenos are intensely proud - that gave birth to the city's startlingly original cultural output: the music of the tango, the works of writers like Borges, Julio Cortazar and Manuel Puig, the genius of athletes like Maradona and Lionel Messi. It's an exuberant city where it's easy to feel at home - but Buenos Aires has a tragic past. The rule of Juan Peron in the 1940s and 50s brought industrialisation and the education of the working classes to Argentina, along with a particular political style that mixed populism and authoritarianism with the welfare state. Argentina's 'dirty war' of the 1970s was a violent time for Buenos Aires The periods of political violence and military dictatorship that followed created untold suffering - most famously the disappearance of as many as 30,000 Argentines in extra-judicial kidnappings and killings. Though many of Argentina's founders were great statesmen, who dreamed of a truly modern democracy founded on the ideals of the French and American Revolutions, like so many of its neighbours Argentina has struggled to achieve political and economic stability. But despite its sometimes desperate need for a facelift, the city never fails to delight and surprise with its solemn beauty, its melancholy romance and its lively, noisy, warm and unruly inhabitants. In the past decade, Buenos Aires has become a city that attracts an eclectic mix of expats and travellers, who come here for the sophistication of Europe at south-of-the-equator prices, and the stimulation of a city bursting with cultural life, from its theatres and art galleries to its live music scene and bustling bars and restaurants. For more Information, see http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/real_cities/9038530.stm .
https://wn.com/Cities_The_Real_Buenos_Aires_1_Of_2_BBC_Travel_Documentary
Buenos Aires students protest against education reform

Buenos Aires students protest against education reform

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  • Updated: 24 Sep 2013
  • views: 133
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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 of changes reducing technical courses, students took more than 40 schools into their own hands. "How are we supposed to choose our political representatives without learning History and Geography", 17 year old Paula Demarchi asks in a country where -paradoxically- a recent law has lowered the voting age to 16. At a national level, public spending in Argentina accounts for 6.5 percent, significant rates compared to previous trends. Before 2003, less than 3 percent of the GDP was earmarked for this area. For 2013, the Buenos Aires City government took the education budget from 27 percent to 25 percent although per capita investments increased by 7 per cent. A major demonstration is expected to take place by the end of this week with students rallying at both the national and local education ministries. The crisis between students and the government is fueling up as both sides say they will not back down from their positions. The students also say their protest goes beyond any electoral scenario and that they are only seeking to defend public education.
https://wn.com/Buenos_Aires_Students_Protest_Against_Education_Reform
Life cost Life Style Education and Health Argentina and Chile

Life cost Life Style Education and Health Argentina and Chile

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  • Updated: 02 Feb 2017
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*** Remember to subscribe to recieve the next immigraton updates and share with family and friends who are interested *** mail@latin-trust.com Whatsapp: 54 9 11 2164-2770 - 56 9 5961 0979​ You will find good information on this links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_GDP_(PPP)_per_capita http://www.forbes.com/best-countries-for-business/#/tab:overall_page:3 http://www.transparency.org/cpi2015 https://www.indy100.com/article/worlds-safest-countries-map-7355121 http://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings Why move to ArgentinaIt’s a beautiful country, with no shortage of interesting ecosystems to visit and explore. There are the Andes mountains, lakes, pampas, Amazonian jungles/waterfalls, dry/arid northwest heights, and even glaciers (as well as access to Antarctica in the south). World famous attractions include the Iguazú waterfalls and Perito Moreno glacier. •Life in Argentina is comparable to what you might find in Europe, but at a much lower cost. Even though it is a more expensive country than others in South America, it affords a certain cultured and fast-paced lifestyle that many foreigners find attractive. •The Argentinians are known for their warmth and friendliness, especially towards visitors. It is not uncommon for visitors to find themselves invited over for an “asado” (backyard barbeque) by someone they have just met. •Wine connoisseurs are in for a treat – Argentina has an abundance of vineyards traversing its countryside. •Argentina has many great shopping venues in its major cities, with a selection (relative to other South American countries). •There are several ski resorts along the parts of the Andean Mountain Range that run through Argentina. Skiing is not a common leisure activity in South America, as most places are too warm for consistent ski seasons. •Citizens are entitled to free education (all levels). This includes post-secondary (University) study, even at top national institutions. Excellent private bilingual schools can also be found in all major cities. •Access to the free healthcare system. Note: while the quality of doctors is high, there is a shortage of equipment/resources, and long wait times for procedures are common. •Argentina is heaven for night owls – dinner is typically served at 9 PM on weekdays (and sometimes not until 11 PM on weekends). On weekends, discos and clubs are open until noon the following day. •Meat lovers find the local cuisine irresistible. World-class steakhouses abound, and great food can be had for relatively low prices. Why move to Chile •Chile is the first (and as of September 2014, the only) South American member of the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development). The OECD is an organization comprised mainly of countries with high-income economies that are leaders in economic development and world trade. •Some organizations have praised Chile as having the most advanced medical care in Latin America. There is a good public healthcare system (available to expats), though you can opt for private insurance if you want. The medical facilities tend to be surprisingly modern, and the medical staff is very well educated. The country also has a good reputation in practicing successful preventative medicine. •Chile has become one of the easiest places in the world to start a business, which has made it incredibly popular with expanding corporations and entrepreneurs. •Chile has been hailed as the least corrupt country in South America. This, coupled with its economic stability and low crime rate have classified it as one of the most “advanced” developing countries in the world. (Source: http://immiguides.com) Chilean Supreme Court web address, to check our lawyers status http://www.pjud.cl/busqueda-de-abogados - Nombre: Juan Pablo Paterno: Guzman Materno: Cifuentes RUT: 12638657-5 - Nombre: Hans Peter Paterno: Senler Materno: Trapp RUT: 14338841- 7 - Nombre: Maria Carolina Paterno: De La Cuadra Materno: Pesce RUT: 10482610-5 Public Lawyers School of Buenos Aires web address, to check our lawyers status http://w3.cpacf.org.ar/GuiaAbo2/GuiaAbo3.aspx: - Maria Jorgelina Ragno, Tomo 71 folio 483. If you need more information about what is the process or what documents they will ask, please watch the specific video or make a comment at the bottom of this video... mail@latin-trust.com Whatsapp: 54 9 11 2164-2770 - 56 9 5961 0979​ Have a good day, Juan Pablo Guzmán Lawyer - Business Master Degree
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Feria Universitaria Education USA - Feria Internacional del Libro de Buenos Aires

Feria Universitaria Education USA - Feria Internacional del Libro de Buenos Aires

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Feria Universitaria Education USA con representantes de distintas universidades de los Estados Unidos. http://www.el-libro.org.ar/
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Study Abroad in Argentina with Sol Education Abroad

Study Abroad in Argentina with Sol Education Abroad

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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 AmericaBuenos 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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Expanish Virtual Tour -- Spanish School in Buenos Aires - Argentina

Expanish Virtual Tour -- Spanish School in Buenos Aires - Argentina

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This video has been replaced with an updated version. Here is the link to watch the new video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0mNzFSkeHY Expanish Spanish School in Buenos Aires offers students a unique language learning experience by combining Spanish courses and cultural experiences. Our Spanish school is a place where passions for education and travel merge, resulting in our strongest belief: living and learning a language in a foreign country is the doorway to true understanding and knowledge of the Spanish language.
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Argentina: Thousands protest Macri’s education reforms in Buenos Aires

Argentina: Thousands protest Macri’s education reforms in Buenos Aires

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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: cd@ruptly.tv 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
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First Chinese-Spanish public school thrives in Argentina

First Chinese-Spanish public school thrives in Argentina

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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 opened on March 17, 2014, thanks to a joint effort between the government of Buenos Aires and the municipality of Beijing. Over the past year, the Chinese-Spanish educational experiment has been progressing smoothly, with the number of students doubling from 50 to 100, half of them Chinese. The school hopes to eventually have some 400 students. The school has grown from initially only kindergarten and preschool to the first and second grades of primary school. Students study in Spanish in the morning and in Chinese in the afternoon. Along with the fast development of Sino-Argentine relations and the growth of the Chinese immigrant community, the demand for Chinese education has been growing. While Chinese immigrants want their children to maintain their heritage by speaking their mother tongue well, many Argentine families want their children to learn Chinese, so that they will be more competitive in the labor market as adults. Soundbite(Spanish): Carlos Javier Regazzoni, Manager of the program at the educational bureau of Buenos Aires: " I think very well, we're all very excited in the government of the city of Buenos Aires, we believe that Chinese is an important language and it will be much more relevant. It is a very important measure of educational innovation for Chinese learning in math, science, geography, and it will be very good for the brain. " The school has brought youngsters of different ethnic backgrounds together. From 4th grade (9 year olds) a second foreign language will be incorporated.
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Academia Buenos Aires - Spanish courses in Argentina

Academia Buenos Aires - Spanish courses in Argentina

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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.
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argentine economy documentary teachers protest education Buenos aires 2017 argentine mania sub4sub

argentine economy documentary teachers protest education Buenos aires 2017 argentine mania sub4sub

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ARGENTINA: PROTESTS OVER BILL TO END FREE UNIVERSITY EDUCATION

ARGENTINA: PROTESTS OVER BILL TO END FREE UNIVERSITY EDUCATION

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Spanish/Nat Students in Argentina are vowing to fight on following Wednesday night's big protest outside Congress in Buenos Aires where lawmakers have been considering a bill to end free university education. If the bill is approved by the senate, students will have to pay tuition and other fees, while the government will have say over how campuses are run. In the midst of a severe economic recession and rising unemployment students say what little they have is being taking away. Argentinian students are still smarting at the government's decision to make them pay for higher education, which they believe to be a right and not a privilege. This graffiti denounces what students see as a government sell-out. Students make up a sizeable force here. There are 700-thousand students in Argentina and 170-thousand in Buenos Aires alone. At the moment the universities are run by a board of teachers and students. Most students think the government should leave the universities alone to regulate themselves. SOUNDBITE: Spanish "I think it will be limited. It will be subject to what the Ministry of Education dictates and to the approval of the statutes by the Ministry of Education. Therefore all the universities will lose their autonomy and lose everything that was achieved in the reforms and everything would be subject to politics and the administration in power at the time." SUPER CAPTION: Student Students complain that despite the lack of fees, at the moment they only have to pay for books, the poorer among them already have to work by day and study by night. SOUNDBITE: "Something that I don't doubt... will do. There will be some people who will not be able to enroll. There are even people who are working as metal workers and come here to study at night. There are those for home 20 pesos per month is too much." But legislators have yet to decide how much tuition fees students should pay. And they argue that if students did pay fees then universities could afford to offer scholarships and bursaries to the less well off. However the issue here is an emotive one and one which has certainly got the youth of Buenos Aires fired up. With the lower house voting in favour of the bill, it must now go to the senate for final approval. But the students are unlikely to take any such decision lightly. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d03367c83796d2a28049887c82b7a730 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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AIFS: Buenos Aires, Argentina (Third Party) | Education Abroad

AIFS: Buenos Aires, Argentina (Third Party) | Education Abroad

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Universidad de Belgrano is one of the oldest and largest private universities in Argentina. International students play a vital role in the community life of the
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National March for Education, Buenos Aires

National March for Education, Buenos Aires

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13 Most Innovative Schools You’ll Want to Attend

13 Most Innovative Schools You’ll Want to Attend

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From The Zoo School in Grand Rapids, Michigan to Harvey Milk High School in New York, New York here are 13 Most Innovative Schools You’ll Want to Attend. Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr #6 - Visitacion Valley Middle School in San Francisco, California The Visitacion Valley Middle School is innovative for two major reasons, their implementation of “Quiet Time” as well as their extensive list of support services for the students, most of which are located within the Wellness Center. In 2007, Principal Jim Dierke implemented two 15-minute breaks one at the beginning and one at the end of the school day. That, coupled with the comprehensive care given to students in the Wellness Center, gives the students a great deal of much-needed support since Dierke explained that most of the students that attend the Visitacion have a family connection to someone who has seen a shooting, shot someone, or had been shot. The Wellness Center provides support through its programs like individual therapy, family case management, mentorship programs and different support groups that cater to specific groups such as all-girls and survivors of trauma. #5 - The Zoo School in Grand Rapids, Michigan What would be better than go to a zoo to learn? Not much. The Zoo School in Grand Rapids accepts 60 sixth-grade learners each year for a year-long learning experience that the students will surely write home about. In addition to the state required sixth-grade curriculum, students feed the zoo animals, raise salmon, sample water, and go on camping trips. Students also take classes in forestry, zoology, astronomy, chemistry, and physics. At the end of the year, each student is required to present an individual project which encourages them to hone their research and presentation skills throughout the year. If that doesn’t make you want to go back to school, I’m not sure what will. #4 - Harvey Milk High School in New York, New York Harvey Milk High School was founded in 2003 by the Hetrick-Martin Institute which is a social services organization created to foster and support at-risk LGBTQ youth. The school teaches things like health, specifically, HIV related, education, and job-readiness training. The school surrounds the youth with positive and understanding teachers and while adhering to the state’s educational standards, incorporates an LGBTQ perspective into the curriculum. In 2013, the National Climate Survey gave results that stated that over 55% of LGBTQ youth reported feeling unsafe at school because of how they were judged for their sexual orientation. This school is looking to change that. The students here enjoy the environment so much that the school had to create an “aging out” policy that required learners to move on once they turned 21. #3 - P-TECH High School in Brooklyn, New York P-TECH High School is one that takes learning to a whole level of education; I’m talking a six-year degree. P-TECH was launched by IBM in 2011 in order to give teens living in New York an alternate way into college that avoided the usual four-year high school track. At this school, high school and college are combined, and the student completes six years of classes. Boosted by mentorship and internships in the science, technology, engineering, or math fields, the fifth and sixth-year students earn an associate’s degree from the New York City College of Technology nearby. That’s a pretty sweet deal. #2 - The Avenues World School in New York, New York This innovative school aims to prepare children for the global challenges and opportunities students will face in the 21st century. The school has an immersive bilingual program that pairs the standard English found in all American schools, with either Mandarin Chinese or Spanish. The Avenue located in New York is the first of its kind, but its creators hope to eventually establish at least 20 other interconnecting campuses around the world. Each campus would teach the same curriculum as the next so that a student learning in London could transfer to Buenos Aires and continue with their education the following semester. #1 - The Orestad Gymnasium in Copenhagen, Denmark The Orestad Gymnasium is a series of four boomerang-shaped story decks inside of a giant glass cube. The high school is a public gymnasium in the Orestad district of Copenhagen, Denmark. In 2007, when the school moved to the building it resides in today, the event was attended by Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, and since then the Orestad Gymnasium has been one of the most sought gymnasiums in all of Denmark and much of the world. This innovative school is completely free of traditional classrooms, instead, there are four “study zones” that occupy the space. For its design, the building won the Forum Aid Award 2009 and was nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award. With the tall central atrium and a rooftop terrace, this sure is a sweet place to study.
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Feria Universitaria Education USA - Feria Internacional del Libro de Buenos Aires

Feria Universitaria Education USA - Feria Internacional del Libro de Buenos Aires

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Feria Universitaria Education USA con representantes de distintas universidades de los Estados Unidos. http://www.el-libro.org.ar/
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Argentina 2017

Argentina 2017

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Extraordinary educational trip in exciting Buenos Aires, Argentina!
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