Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) is a programme that conducts an international surveyRead more
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Esperanza is one of the rare communities that inhibit the chilly winds and snowy tundras down south. Apart from the community settlements, others are scientific and military. Esperanza is known for its first resident Emilio Palma who came into this cold world, was the son of a naval officer and his wife. Palma was the first human life to reside in a tough land of snow and mist.
The academic year in Argentina runs for about 200 days from March to December. Schools are closed on national holidays such as Easter and Good Friday. There is a two-week vacation in July. Usually, schools run four and a half hours on the weekdays and on Saturdays students have extracurricular activities. The Educational system of Argentina is divided into four levels.
In the current ranking of The Times Higher Education Ranking, Brazil’s State University of Campinas stands on the top while the University of São Paulo is placed at the second rank the region.
Nueva Alejandría is a portal about the educational system prevailing in the Latin America and the Caribbean region and the institutions situated in these regions are tirelessly working for competitive improvements to globalize their universities and educational institutions. The history of education in the region has been poor as compared to the developed world. Until 1980’s the educational methods were highly traditional..