Thursday, November 17, 2011

United States: Culture& Education

The education united nations mainly depend upon public sector. Funds for this are mainly coming from three levels.
                   ·         Federal
·           State
·         local
Kid schooling is compulsory. Another important factor is public education. It is an available thing.School boards that are locally elected with influence over school districts with many directions from state legislatures. Regularly educational principles and decisions are ready by State governments.
Compulsory education is mainly depends on children. Age for schooling is different upon state. Starts from five to eight and ends from ages fourteen to eighteen. Satisfactions of this system are well educated students. Education of children mainly done in public schools, state certified private schools, and an approved home school program. The main three types of education are
·         Elementary School
·         Middle School
·         High School

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

The Grand Third International Education Week

International Education Week (IEW), a campus-wide event, brings collectively the university’s society of students, staff and faculty to contribute in a selection of attractive, educational and culturally-rich events which together help to encourage and have fun language attainment, international exchanges, global citizenship and cross-cultural awareness.

The third annual International Education Week takes place Nov. 14-18.

At present, IEW is famous in more than 100 countries worldwide, and this year, above 30 student associations, academic sector, offices and the public partners connected forces on 50 events at UT with: foreign and documentary film nights, international boards and forums, roundtable planning, travel workshops, study overseas info sessions and more

IEW is a chance to rejoice the elevating benefits of international education and trade worldwide. This joint scheme of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education is part of their hard work to support programs that prepare Americans for an international environment and draw future leaders from overseas to study, learn and switch over skills in the United States.