China Education Broadband Satellite Net

The gradual spread of broadband technology has also helped online education. The China Education and Research Network (CERNET), started in 1994, is now China's second largest Internet network, covering all major cities of China. The high-speed connection between it and the China Education Broadband Satellite Net, opened in 2000, established a "space to earth" transmission platform for modern distance education, and provided an all-round network supporting environment for distance education.
Adult education is both dynamic and diverse. Schools of higher learning for adults include radio and TV, worker, farmer, correspondence and evening universities, management and education colleges; adult secondary schools include vocational, high and skills training schools; worker elementary and farmer elementary schools comprise the adult elementary sector.

Overseas students from 188 countries in Chines Universities

The number of foreigners wanting to study in China has been rising by approximately 20% annually since the reform and opening period began. According to official government figures 195,503 overseas students from 188 countries and regions came to study on the mainland in 2007 although the number is believed to be somewhere around the 300,000 region, because the government’s figures do not include students studying at private language schools. This makes China the world’s sixth-largest study abroad destination.
According to reports, the Republic of Korea, Japan, the United States of America, Vietnam and Thailand were the five biggest source countries, and the number of students from European source countries is increasing. Currently the Chinese government offers over 10,000 scholarships to foreign students, though this is set to rise by approximately 3,000 within the next year.
International students are increasingly studying in China. China's economy is improving more quickly than had been predicted, i.e. sizable economic growth by 2015 has been predicted as opposed to 2050. China has already drawn the attention of the West for its growth rates, and the 2008 Olympic Games and Shanghai Expo 2010 have intensified this positive attention. Another factor that draws students to China is the considerably lower cost of living in China compared to most western countries. Finally, major cities in China such as Beijing and Shanghai already have a strong international presence.

Overseas students from 188 countries in Chines Universities

The number of foreigners wanting to study in China has been rising by approximately 20% annually since the reform and opening period began. According to official government figures 195,503 overseas students from 188 countries and regions came to study on the mainland in 2007 although the number is believed to be somewhere around the 300,000 region, because the government’s figures do not include students studying at private language schools. This makes China the world’s sixth-largest study abroad destination.
According to reports, the Republic of Korea, Japan, the United States of America, Vietnam and Thailand were the five biggest source countries, and the number of students from European source countries is increasing. Currently the Chinese government offers over 10,000 scholarships to foreign students, though this is set to rise by approximately 3,000 within the next year.
International students are increasingly studying in China. China's economy is improving more quickly than had been predicted, i.e. sizable economic growth by 2015 has been predicted as opposed to 2050. China has already drawn the attention of the West for its growth rates, and the 2008 Olympic Games and Shanghai Expo 2010 have intensified this positive attention. Another factor that draws students to China is the considerably lower cost of living in China compared to most western countries. Finally, major cities in China such as Beijing and Shanghai already have a strong international presence.

Literacy and language reform in China

The continuing campaigns to eradicate illiteracy also were a part of basic education. Chinese government statistics indicated that of a total population of nearly 1.1 billion in 1985, about 230 million people were illiterate or semiliterate. The difficulty of mastering written Chinese makes raising the literacy rate particularly difficult. In general, language reform was intended to make written and spoken Chinese easier to learn, which in turn would foster both literacy and linguistic unity and serve as a foundation for a simpler written language. In 1951 the party issued a directive that inaugurated a three-part plan for language reform. The plan sought to establish universal comprehension of a standardized common language, simplify written characters, and introduce, where possible, romanized forms based on the Latin alphabet. In 1956 Putonghua (modern Standard Mandarin) was introduced as the language of instruction in schools and in the national broadcast media, and by 1977 it was in use throughout China, particularly in the government and party, and in education. Although in 1987 the government continued to endorse the goal of universalizing putonghua, hundreds of regional and local dialects continued to be spoken, complicating interregional communication.

Shanghai Educational Bureau in china

In early 1987 efforts had begun to develop the key school from a preparatory school into a vehicle for diffusing improved curricula, materials, and teaching practices to local schools. Moreover, the appropriateness of a key school's role in the nine-year basic education plan was questioned by some officials because key schools favored urban areas and the children of more affluent and better educated parents. In 1985 entrance examinations and the key-school system had already been abolished in Changchun, Shenyang, Shenzhen, Xiamen, and other cities, and education departments in Shanghai and Tianjin were moving to establish a student recommendation system and eliminate key schools. In 1986 the Shanghai Educational Bureau abolished the key junior-middle- school system to ensure "an overall level of education."

Educational resources & educational accomplishment in China

"Key schools," shut down during the Cultural Revolution, reappeared in the late 1970s and, in the early 1980s, became an integral part of the effort to revive the lapsed education system. Because educational resources were scarce, selected ("key") institutions--usually those with records of past educational accomplishment--were given priority in the assignment of teachers, equipment, and funds. They also were allowed to recruit the best students for special training to compete for admission to top schools at the next level. Key schools constituted only a small percentage of all regular senior middle schools and funneled the best students into the best secondary schools, largely on the basis of entrance scores. In 1980 the greatest resources were allocated to the key schools that would produce the greatest number of college entrants.

Law on Nine-Year Compulsory Education in China

The Law on Nine-Year Compulsory Education, which took effect July 1, 1986, established requirements and deadlines for attaining universal education tailored to local conditions and guaranteed school-age children the right to receive education. People's congresses at various local levels were, within certain guidelines and according to local conditions, to decide the steps, methods, and deadlines for implementing nine-year compulsory education in accordance with the guidelines formulated by the central authorities. The program sought to bring rural areas, which had four to six years of compulsory schooling, into line with their urban counterparts. Education departments were exhorted to train millions of skilled workers for all trades and professions and to offer guidelines, curricula, and methods to comply with the reform program and modernization needs.

State Planning Commission for education in China

The National Conference on Education paved the way for the abolition of the Ministry of Education and the establishment of the State Education Commission, both of which occurred in June 1985. Created to coordinate education policy, the commission assumed roles previously played by the State Planning Commission and the Ministry of Education.

Establishment of State Education Commission in China

The National Conference on Education paved the way for the abolition of the Ministry of Education and the establishment of the State Education Commission, both of which occurred in June 1985. Created to coordinate education policy, the commission assumed roles previously played by the State Planning Commission and the Ministry of Education. As a State Council commission, the new State Education Commission had greater status than the old Ministry of Education had had and was in charge of all education organizations except military ones. Although the State Education Commission assumed a central role in the administration of education, the reform decentralized much of the power previously wielded by the Ministry of Education and its constituent offices and bureaus, which had established curriculum and admissions policies in response to the State Planning Commission's requirements.

Reforming the Education System in China

The May 1985 National Conference on Education recognized five fundamental areas for reform to be discussed in connection with implementing the party Central Committee's "Draft Decision on Reforming the Education System." The reforms were intended to produce "more able people"; to make the localities responsible for developing "basic education" and systematically implement a nine-year compulsory education program; to improve secondary education develop vocational and technical education; to reform and the graduate-assignment system of institutions of higher education and to expand their management and decision-making powers; and to give administrators the necessary encouragement and authority to ensure smooth progress in educational reform.

Educational institutions & vocational schools in China

To provide for its population, China has a vast and varied school system. There are preschools, kindergartens, schools for the deaf and blind, key schools (similar to college preparatory schools), primary schools, secondary schools (comprising junior and senior middle schools, secondary agricultural and vocational schools, regular secondary schools, secondary teachers' schools, secondary technical schools, and secondary professional schools), and various institutions of higher learning (consisting of regular colleges and universities, professional colleges, and short-term vocational universities). In terms of access to education, China's system represented a pyramid; because of the scarcity of resources allotted to higher education, student numbers decreased sharply at the higher levels. Although there were dramatic advances in primary education after 1949, achievements in secondary and higher education were not as great.
Although the government has authority over the education system, the Chinese Communist Party has played a role in managing education since 1949. The party established broad education policies and under Deng Xiaoping, tied improvements in the quality of education to its modernization plan. The party also monitored the government's implementation of its policies at the local level and within educational institutions through its party committees. Party members within educational institutions, who often have a leading management role, are responsible for steering their schools in the direction mandated by party policy.

Get paid for your MS degree in USA

Scholarships - I know not many people receive them — I did, so I came out debt free, so I know that it is possible. Then I had my employer paid for my MS degree. (I also forgot to mention that there are also need-based scholarships, which are more common at the top universities than merit based.) The rising cost of universities is also of concern in the US because it is rising much faster than inflation. I mentioned Germany because I have several friends who have studied there who talked about the perpetual students who were simply on a path to study forever to postpone ever doing work because education was free. So free education should have its limits. What I think that the US needs is a program to pay down the debts for a person who goes to work in public service of some sort. There is no reason to make education cheap for a high-flying financier who is making $1M per year five years out of his MBA program.

Europeans and Americana bridge the cultural and lifestyle differences

I have updated this post now to include the books containing facts and figures which you might find interesting. This article may seem a bit biased and one sided to Americans but it reflects the actual experiences and views of a lot of people outside of USA, particularly in Europe and can help a lot of Europeans and Americana bridge the cultural and lifestyle differences.
Of healthcare it is not only emergency care which suffers but also the doctor’s personal religious beliefs which overshadow medical ethics in several cases. A link for more details on such cases can be had here. Instead of rights to refusal, a doctor in here would have his license revoked.
Medclaim and medicare come under insurance and I have taken the cases of uninsured patients so it does not really count.

German economy in Free universities in Germany

In a fair comparison, one might note the huge drag on the German economy that the free universities have. Students can stay in school practically forever sucking up tax dollars and providing no economic value. In America, for the most part education is about giving someone enough knowledge to make a living and then putting that person to work. It is an entirely different mentality that you are not attempting to understand.
In summary, you seem to be greatly oversimplifying all these issues with the intent of putting down the United States rather than trying to come to any sort of understanding. Of course there are problems with the US, especially its current short-sighted foreign policy, but it is not the straw man that you make it out to be.

European Schools score better on tests then USA

Education also receives a bad reputation in the United States because, the United States does not filter its students. In many countries in Europe and Asia, the low performing students are put on a technical track and removed from the main system of education. Therefore their statistics do not include the low performing students while US statistics do include those students because no separate technical path is available in most places. (Personally, I think that we should have more technical options, but not having one is logically skewing the statistics.) Granted, there are some very low performing areas in the United States — Houston city schools come to mind — but the issues are more complex than “European Schools score better on tests.” Also, you fail to mention merit based scholarships when comparing the costs of Universities. In a fair comparison, one might note the huge drag on the German economy that the free universities have. Students can stay in school practically forever sucking up tax dollars and providing no economic value.

Political and cultural news in European media

Media and News - The media in United States is very short sighted and excludes the rest of the world which it considers as an amusement park. The political and cultural news about the world is often negatively biased from an American point of view to suit ‘Americanised’ tastes. Sex and sexuality is either commoditised in an obsessively unhealthy way or vilified, making it to look as a dirty and evil act. In contrast, political and cultural news in European media is much more worldly and inclusive. News media tend to present facts rather than biased opinions; sex and sexuality is shown in a positive and healthy light as compared to the US.

Quality of public education in United States

The quality of public education in United States is much lower than that of Europe, in fact it is lower than many developing third world countries. US High School students are much less aware of the world history and politics, have lower mathematical and scientific skills, possess lower reasoning and judgement capabilities than European students of the same age. Universities are prohibitively expensive, the better the university, the more expensive it is. Students are often immersed on a lifelong burden of debt or get wiped out of all savings for an average college degree which costs a fraction in European countries or is free as in case of countries like Germany.

Street crimes in USA & internal political differences

Diversity - United States, despite petty internal political differences is very uniform and homogeneous to an outsider. The culture (or lack of it) is same, the food is same, the language is same and the arts and style are similar. In Europe language, art, food, culture and politics are widely varied which might be overwhelming for an outsider but makes things interesting. A person visiting Scotland on a pleasure trip won’t feel like he could have done visiting England while a person visiting New Jersey and Virginia as a tourist would almost feel both are same states (except the differences in street crimes).

Cancellation of a doctor’s license in USA

In the United States it is common for a hospital to refuse to treat a critically ill patient if they are not insured or are not US citizens. In Europe such a concept is considered ancient and uncivilised. In the US, doctors sometimes refuse to treat or prescribe the right options to a patient if the doctor’s religious beliefs go against what is medically best for the patient. It happens most often in cases of abortion, birth control and treating homosexuals where the doctors’ medical ethics conflict with their religious beliefs. Such an act in Europe would lead to cancellation of a doctor’s license to practice for violation of the Hippocratic Oath.

Comparison of living standards in Europe and USA

This is another installment of a series called America, to discuss why the US is so often at odds with the rest of the world. Both Europe and the United States have a large economy, political stability and strong military might. What differs is the lifestyle and politics in these two demographic regions. Here follows a brief comparison of living standards in Europe and USA on the basis of healthcare, multiculturalism, education and media awareness.

Study of languages in European education system

I would actually divide Continental European education system and Emglish-speaking ones. The former includes France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the Benelux, Switzerland, Austria Scandinavia and maybe other countries too. It seems that in Britain, the US or Australia, students have to choose subjects, while others (like English) are compulsory. In Cont. Europe everybody must learn all primary subjects (their native language, maths, sciences, history, geography, physical edducation...) and usually several foreign languages. In my school, everybody had to choose between 2 and 4 languages among 6 (incl. Latin and Ancient Greek). I had 3, because I had also a lot of sciences and maths and couldn't take more. In my school at least, students could choose to add hours in mandatory subjects. There are lots of optional subjects such as economy, sociology, psychology, religion, etc.

Continental European education system

Sorry Iron Chef, but Non-British European secondary school (highschool) exchange students who go and study to the States to learn English, as did lot's of my friends (I went to Australia and Germany) all say that an American 12th grade student learn the same as most European 9th graders, especially in maths or sciences. I would actually divide Continental European education system and Emglish-speaking ones. The former includes France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the Benelux, Switzerland, Austria Scandinavia and maybe other countries too. It seems that in Britain, the US or Australia, students have to choose subjects, while others (like English) are compulsory. In Cont. Europe everybody must learn all primary subjects (their native language, maths, sciences, history, geography, physical edducation...) and usually several foreign languages. In my school, everybody had to choose between 2 and 4 languages among 6 (incl. Latin and Ancient Greek). I had 3, because I had also a lot of sciences and maths and couldn't take more. In my school at least, students could choose to add hours in mandatory subjects. There are lots of optional subjects such as economy, sociology, psychology, religion, etc.

European schooling system & learning of foreign languages

When I was in Australia, everyone had to choose 3 or 4 subjects for each of the last 2 grades/forms. As it was possible to choose just Phys.Ed., Drama, Outdoor activities and Arts, with English being obligatory, it means that these highschool students who have no maths, no sciences, no history, no geography and no foreign languages at all. Is that also possible in the States ? What's more, as each subject only accounted for 5h/week, so the total school time was a mere 20 to 25h/week, against 30 to 35h in general in most of Europe, I believe (I'd like to hear other voices from my European compatriots on this).But European schooling system only got 60% in my rating because I think we should start everything about 3 years earlier than it is now. When I entered kindergarten at 3, I thought I was going to learn to read and write, but was bitterly disappointed (and bored as a consequence). I longed for history and sciences classes since I was 6 or 7, but didn't get any till age 10 ! Maybe it's just me, but I have always found school to be so slow and basic compared to my real needs.

Medical professionals in Canada

Some of the extra money spent in the United States goes to doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals. According to health data collected by the OECD, average income for physicians in the United States in 1996 was nearly twice that for physicians in Canada.
Canada has fewer doctors per capita than the United States. In the U.S, there were 2.4 doctors per 1,000 people in 2005; in Canada, there were 2.2. Some doctors leave Canada to pursue career goals or higher pay in the U.S., though significant numbers of physicians from countries such as India, Pakistan and South Africa immigrate to practice in Canada. Many Canadian physicians and new medical graduates also go to the U.S. for post-graduate training in medical residencies. As it is a much larger market, new and cutting-edge sub-specialties are more widely available in the U.S. as opposed to Canada. However, statistics published in 2005 by the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI), show that, for the first time since 1969 (the period for which data are available), more physicians returned to Canada than moved abroad.

Canadian/Ontario vs US Elementary Education

The chance to live in a new country and experience its culture is a great experience for most families. However, after the initial excitement wears off, the basic question of finding the right place to live in your new assignment starts to take precedence. One of the most important factors in moving a family tends to be finding the right school for the children. With a Canadian ex-pat move, the choice seems less daunting, as there are no language barriers and few cultural differences to overcome. Many companies pay for private education as part of a Canadian ex-pat package, but some don’t, due to Canada’s similar cultural experience and same language.

Disappointing experience with elementary education in USA

After our move to Oakville, ON , we have had multiple reinforcements that our disappointing experience with elementary education in Ontario is not dissimilar to other US ex-Pats utilizing the Ontario Public Schools. Also, we have been told by multiple Ontario teachers, who taught in the US, that the Elementary program here is weaker, especially in Math. We have learned that many of the Private schools use a curriculum more typical in the US and to do so, utilize the text books for a higher Ontario grade..ie: the Grade 6 private school children use the Grade 7 Ontario Math public school text book. From our findings, the Ontario private schools offer a curriculum that is greatly enriched from the Ontario public schools and more inline with the expectations of American schools we have experienced.

Disappointment with Oakville Public Schools

Our disappointment with the less advanced curriculum in Oakville Public Schools has been great. Obviously every family and every child is different and may not have the exact same experience that our children had. However, we are certain that the public school education we encountered in Oakville would not prepare them for the next higher grade in a US public school without additional support and instruction. After our move to Oakville, ON , we have had multiple reinforcements that our disappointing experience with elementary education in Ontario is not dissimilar to other US ex-Pats utilizing the Ontario Public Schools. Also, we have been told by multiple Ontario teachers, who taught in the US, that the Elementary program here is weaker, especially in Math. We have learned that many of the Private schools use a curriculum more typical in the US and to do so, utilize the text books for a higher Ontario grade..ie: the Grade 6 private school children use the Grade 7 Ontario Math public school text book. From our findings, the Ontario private schools offer a curriculum that is greatly enriched from the Ontario public schools and more inline with the expectations of American schools we have experienced. As a result of what we learned, we decided to make the very difficult decision to move our children to a Private School in Ontario to finish their education while we are here. This was not an easy choice, but one, we are certain will be to their benefit in the long-run.

How we Chose Oakville and our Specific Public School

We chose to live in the town of Oakville, a highly regarded, highly recommended and upscale community, as the first step, in trying to make the Public Schools work. Oakville (pop. 170,000), is part of the Halton School District, which serves four towns and 51,000 students. The Halton School District, and especially Oakville is recognized for being one of the strongest school systems in Ontario. In a 2006 EQAO ranking of the entire Ontario Province, the Halton Catholic Board ranked 5th out of 72 School Boards in the entire Ontario Province. The Halton Public Board ranked 23rd.Once we decided on the town of Oakville, we took numerous steps to try to determine that we were going into one of the better Oakville schools, as Oakville has over 150 elementary schools, most being JK-8. We reviewed standardized testing scores (EQAO’s) from the Oakville schools and considered only homes in school zones that scored in the top quartile of Oakville schools. In the end, we chose to use the Catholic Schools that served the area of town we had chosen to live in. Our children spent the 2007-08 school year at Mother Teresa School in Oakville. It was apparent within the first month that the Ontario Curriculum is approximately one to 1 ½ years behind the Michigan curriculum and the school we came from. Though our children found the school to be generally warm and welcoming, though they made friends and were comfortable in the school, the academics were a repeat of their prior years in the US. This surprising discovery led us to dig deeper into a comparison of the Ontario schools and ultimately to pull them out and put them into a Private School we felt better matched the US education/curriculum.

Why we Initially Chose Public Schools

Many companies (approximately 70%) pay for ex-pats to utilize private schools in Canada. However, some do not. We decided to try the Ontario public system because:
1. Our company did not offer tuition re-imbursement and Private schools are an expensive investment for 3 children
2. We could find no objective information comparing Ontario vs. US elementary school quality though we checked extensively on the Web, with the US Embassy and with our company’s HR department, etc.
3. We assumed, incorrectly, that Canadian schools were at least as good and might even be better than US schools.
4. Our US teachers evaluated the printed Ontario Curriculum for Grades 6, 7 & 8, and due to the generalized descriptions, felt the Ontario Schools were adequate, though different. (Unfortunately, we didn’t review the Grade K-5 Curriculum which is done below and shows the issues we encountered.)
5. We consulted as many people as we could find who had some experience with Canadian schools but most were Canadians who couldn’t provide adequate comparisons

Why we Initially Chose Public Schools

Many companies (approximately 70%) pay for ex-pats to utilize private schools in Canada. However, some do not. We decided to try the Ontario public system because:
1. Our company did not offer tuition re-imbursement and Private schools are an expensive investment for 3 children
2. We could find no objective information comparing Ontario vs. US elementary school quality though we checked extensively on the Web, with the US Embassy and with our company’s HR department, etc.
3. We assumed, incorrectly, that Canadian schools were at least as good and might even be better than US schools.
4. Our US teachers evaluated the printed Ontario Curriculum for Grades 6, 7 & 8, and due to the generalized descriptions, felt the Ontario Schools were adequate, though different. (Unfortunately, we didn’t review the Grade K-5 Curriculum which is done below and shows the issues we encountered.)
5. We consulted as many people as we could find who had some experience with Canadian schools but most were Canadians who couldn’t provide adequate comparisons

Description of Elementary School Options in Ontario

In moving to the Greater Toronto Area, and generally throughout Ontario, a family has a variety of educational options, both public and private. Public Schools The elementary public school system is quite extensive with a variety of different types of schools that are paid for with public funds. All of these are available to any family that lives in the district. All of these public schools adhere to the Ontario Curriculum, though there are slight allowances for religion in the Catholic Schools and French culture in the French schools. Additionally, all take the Ontario Provincial test, called the EQAO, to determine their comparative performance in the Province.
These choices include:
1. Public School – English speaking, open to all residents
2. French Immersion Public School – Open to all residents. For Anglophones to learn French. Typically start in Kindergarten.
3. Catholic Public School (often called the Separate System) – English speaking. In the elementary schools the child must be a baptized Catholic. This is not true in the Secondary Schools
4. French Immersion Catholic Public School – Same religious requirement as above but is for Anglophones to learn French. Typically immersion begins in Grade 5.
5. French School - For Francophones with a French cultural focus. There are some requirements for a child to be fluent in French at their grade level before entering, though French speaking parents is not an absolute requirement.
6. French Catholic School – Same as above but with the religious component.

Ontario Public Elementary School system in Canada

There are important facts for ex-pats to know about the Ontario Public Elementary School system that are difficult to understand in their entirety until you experience them. This information may help you decide what type of school to consider. This essay details what we have learned about the Ontario Public School system and how it is different and weaker than the US/Michigan system. (Comparisons are made primarily to the Michigan Curriculum due to our particular needs).Indeed, our experience in the Oakville Public Schools has been the only disappointing factor in our ex-pat move to Canada. We moved to Canada as our children entered Grades 1,3 and 6. Upon arriving and experiencing the Oakville public schools we have learned that the Ontario elementary curriculum is behind the Michigan curriculum. This experience has led us to move our children out of their Ontario Public School and to a private school which we believe is much more in line with Michigan standards.

Canadian ex-pat package Available free

Any ex-pat move is exciting. The chance to live in a new country and experience its culture is a great experience for most families. However, after the initial excitement wears off, the basic question of finding the right place to live in your new assignment starts to take precedence. One of the most important factors in moving a family tends to be finding the right school for the children. With a Canadian ex-pat move, the choice seems less daunting, as there are no language barriers and few cultural differences to overcome. Many companies pay for private education as part of a Canadian ex-pat package, but some don’t, due to Canada’s similar cultural experience and same language.

International Adult Literacy Survey

Based on the results of the International Adult Literacy Survey, 50% of Americans have low literacy skills, compared to 43% of Canadians and just 25% of Swedes. At the other end of the skills scale, 39% of Canadian adults have completed post secondary education, compared to 35% of Americans and 28% of Swedes.
Finally, Canadians are more likely to be politically involved than Americans, though both of us compare badly to the Swedes: 56% of Canadians vote in Parliamentary elections, compared to 49% of Americans and 83% of Swedes.
Beating the U.S. for the silver medal is something to be proud of, but we should be aiming to wrestle that gold away from the Swedes. Perhaps it’s time to put some of our national pride to work to better our social performance.

Biggest differences is in terms of social supports in USA

A common definition for being “low paid” is being paid one-third less than the national average. If we use this definition to compare the workforces of the three countries, 21% of Canadian workers are low paid, compared to 25% in the U.S. and just 5% in Sweden. More Americans than Canadians and Swedes work in jobs with very long hours. And Americans are much less likely to be in a union, to have access to unemployment insurance, and to qualify for government paid retraining programs.
One of the biggest differences is in terms of social supports, where Canada again stands between the U.S. and Sweden. American families have to pay much more out of their own pockets for health care and education, which wipes out a lot of the benefits of those vaunted lower taxes.
Governments pick up 70% of the cost of health care and 60% of the cost of higher education in Canada, compared to 45% and 51% in the U.S. Overall, American families spend 9% of GDP on social protection – everything from health care to pensions – out of their own pockets, compared to only 4% in Canada and 3% in Sweden.
Greater income equality and more citizenship entitlement programs make Canada and Sweden clear winners over the U.S. when it comes to health outcomes, crime rates, and educational attainment. And we get to enjoy it longer -- Canadians live more than two years longer than Americans: 75 years compared to 72 years for men, and 81 years compared to 79 years for women.
We in Canada are much, much less likely to be victims of violent crime than Americans. The murder rate in the U.S. is a staggering three times higher. And, for every 100,000 people, the U.S. has 546 prisoners, compared to 118 in Canada and just 71 in Sweden.

Comparison of the health care systems in Canada and the United States

Comparison of the health care systems in Canada and the United States are often made by government, public health and public policy analysts. The two countries had similar health care systems before Canada reformed its system in the 1960s and 1970s. The United States spends much more money on health care than Canada, on both a per-capita basis and as a percentage of GDP. In 2006, per-capita spending for health care in Canada was US$3,678; in the U.S., US$6,714. The U.S. spent 15.3% of GDP on health care in that year; Canada spent 10.0%. In 2006, 70% of health care spending in Canada was financed by government, versus 46% in the United States. Total government spending per capita in the U.S. on health care was 23% higher than Canadian government spending, and U.S. government expenditure on health care was just under 83% of total Canadian spending (public and private).

Canada beats the U.S in Education

The bottom line? Canada beats the U.S. hands down on most social indicators, but we still fall well short of the Swedes. So there’s reason for pride, but not for complacency. Our 25-indicator scorecard looks at income and poverty; jobs; employment security; social supports for families; health; crime; education; and civic participation. In terms of average income, it’s no surprise that we lag behind the U.S. Adjusted for purchasing power, the average Canadian family has 21% less income than the average American.
But our income is much more equally distributed. Using a common definition of poverty (having less than half the income of the average family), one in ten Canadians are poor compared to one in six Americans and just one in sixteen Swedes. One in six Canadian kids is poor, compared to almost one in four American children.
When it comes to jobs, the U.S. wins in terms of low unemployment, but there is little difference between the three countries in the proportion of people who have jobs. The U.S. does worse than Canada, however, when it comes to the quality of jobs, and here we both compare badly to the Swedes.

Mexico and International Monetary Fund

In June 1945, Mexico became an original member of the United Nations. In 1946 Miguel Aleman Valdes succeeded Ávila as president, having been elected on a platform calling for a more equitable distribution of wealth, extensive irrigation works, and further industrialization of Mexico. Alemán continued close relations with the United States. In 1947 the Export-Import Bank lent Mexico $50 million to be expended on public works and industrial development. Later that year the Mexican government announced that British and Dutch oil companies, claimants of $250 million for expropriated properties, had settled for $21 million. In 1948 the government, striving to reverse the unfavorable balance of trade, devalued the peso. Imports not essential for industrial development were sharply restricted. In March 1949, for the first time since the expropriations of 1938, two U.S. petroleum companies were permitted to drill for oil, under the supervision of Pemex. The government stabilized the peso in June with the aid of loans from the Treasury of the United States and the International Monetary Fund. National elections were held on July 3, 1949, and the government party, renamed the Institutional Revolutionary party (Partido Revolucionario Institucional, or PRI), won overwhelmingly in the Chamber of Deputies.

Most prominent and biggest public university of the World

The most prominent and biggest public university in Mexico is the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) which was established in 1551. By the end of 2007, it places 192nd in the Top 200 World University Ranking issued by The Times Higher Education Supplement. Nearly all of Mexico’s modern-day presidents graduated from UNAM including 3 Nobel laureates. The National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) is the second largest public university in Mexico. The Monterrey’s Technological and Higher Education Institute (ITESM) is on the other hand considered to be one of the best private universities in Mexico. The Wall Street Journal declared it as the 7th top International Business School in the world.

"Too many Mexican males (adults and boys) think they only need to earn enough money for beer and guns. They don't worry about financially supporting t

The Secretaría de Educación Pública (SEP) is the governing body of Mexico in charge of all educational standards and rules. In 2004, the national government allotted almost $46 billion to education. Spanish is the primary language used in most public and private schools. By 2004, Mexico’s literacy rate is 91%.
The educational system of Mexico is composed of Basic, Secondary and Higher Education. Basic education includes preschool, primary and lower secondary school. Preschool is generally free and offered to children aged 3-5. Primary school is compulsory and attended for 6 years. The lower secondary stage is the last part of Basic Education and required for 3 years. The Secondary Education has also 3 stages: General upper-secondary; technical professional; and technological upper-secondary education. Lastly, the Higher Education composed of 4 options for all students – University, Technical Institute, Teacher-training College, and Technological University. Students can opt for any 4-year degree in colleges and universities and commonly known as licenciatura. Some Technical Institutions offer 3-year management and engineering programs. Also, bachelor’s degrees in the fields of education are another option. And other Technical universities offer 2-year programs.

Concept of Mexicon Males about importance of education

"Too many Mexican males (adults and boys) think they only need to earn enough money for beer and guns. They don't worry about financially supporting their families. As for Mexican females (girls and women), they think an education is unnecessary to be a good mommy and all they need to know is how to sigh their names on the bottom of the welfare forms."This is extremelly ironic, today in Chicago I am hosting a group of students from Israel and Mexico for an international UN model meeting . The school's website is wpcp.org. The High School is number one in the state of Illinois, is public, inner-city and diverse in terms of ethnicity, socio-economics, sex, etc....It is also the top in math, sciences and languages. So much so that the UN Secretary General visited the school this year. I was speaking to the kids from Mexico, who speak English, they said the problems are the following:1.Teachers are paid little, including the ones who have studied in the US and Europe.2.The south of Mexico is neglected forgotten, in contrast to the northern region.3. There are public schools in Mexico where they actually teach the majority of their classes in English; and where a second language is required for graduation; however these are unique schools created by the cities. And the federal gov. has not noticed and invested more, in order to provide everyone with these type of schools, not only the few. People in every country want a top-notch education. Get your ignorant, racist, assuming mind out of the gutter which thinks that Mexicans only want guns, liqour, babies, and everything free. I would assume that this would be good news; however now I have seen that there still remain people in the US who are anti-Mexican no matter what. That mind set which you beleive in is backwards and now I can see why California schools are regarded as backwards.

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They were middle class, obviously not poor but who am I going to beleive the Mexicans, who acknowldged corruption, inequality, and poverty in their country, LIVING IN MEXICO. Which I beleive the article is about, Mexicans in Mexico, no? Or the supposive California teacher who after teaching 20 years in the barrio has yet to encountered one student who speaks English.What school district in Southern California do you teach at? I'm going to LA in a week for a buisness trip, I know Spanish and have no problem visiting the "barrios". I'll see for myself if there are indeed any kids like that, because in front of the High School I was talking about, there is a school with mostly Hispanic lower income kids and we have a co-op effort where kids from the H.S help the elementary students. Now what I saw in a tiny library room were kids before school trying to learn English. Now that shows you, something is wrong with teachers in California. Fantasy land? What fantasyland? From my previous post:"I was speaking to the kids from Mexico, who speak English, they said the problems are the following:1.Teachers are paid little, including the ones who have studied in the US and Europe.2.The south of Mexico is neglected forgotten, in contrast to the northern region.3. There are public schools in Mexico where they actually teach the majority of their classes in English; and where a second language is required for graduation; however these are unique schools created by the cities. And the federal gov. has not noticed and invested more, in order to provide everyone with these type of schools, not only the few. "And even if some parents say its hard for their kids to learn English, then HELLO WAKE UP. Its the parents talking to you TEACHER. Something is obviously wrong, its hard. There are several problems in the US educational system, or have you been living in a fantasyland "teacher"? You are like our government, when it comes to the real issues, you side track, find a scapegoat, and continue living in your fantasyland.

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Only 47% of students who enter vocational high schools graduate, according to Mexico's National Institute of Statistics, Geography and Information Processing. In college-prep high schools, the graduation rate is 60%.
In the United States, 75% of all high school students graduate.
In December, the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development published the results of the PISA, a test it gives every three years in schools around the world. Among the 30 countries that participated, Mexico came in last place in science, math and reading.
To free up working children to attend school, the Calderón administration has promised to increase the number of grants to students' families from 4.8 million a year to 5.7 million by 2012. It has also promised to install distance-learning equipment in every classroom and introduce full days at 5,000 schools.
The government's plan would also tighten requirements for teachers, introduce new ways to monitor their performance and mandate training for teachers in schools with poor scores on standardized tests.

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At a recent teacher training session in Mexico City, many educators said change will be difficult. "It's not just the quality of the schools, it's the economy," said Susan Espín, a sixth-grade teacher. "Out in the countryside, attendance is poor because the kids have to work to support their families. In the suburbs, you have 40 or 50 kids in each class because the population growth is so intense."
Over the long term, the deficiencies of Mexico's schools could have serious consequences for the United States, said George Grayson, an expert on Mexico at Virginia's College of William & Mary. Poorly educated immigrants take longer to assimilate and lack the skills that U.S. companies need to compete, he said.
At many Mexican schools, there is a morning shift and an afternoon shift, each about five hours long, compared with the seven or eight hours that American students spend in school. No lunch is served, but children get a free box of strawberry-flavored milk and snacks.
The Mexican government spends one-seventh what U.S. schools spend per student: $1,522 a year, compared with $10,071

Better education for better jobs

It was early afternoon and 312 students at Estado de Mexico Primary School in the Mexico City suburb of Tultitlan were just beginning their school day. Some students had been working all morning at their families' businesses, Principal Juan Humberto Benítez said. "How many kilos of tomatoes do you sell in a day?" he asked 11-year-old Pedro Miguel Martínez, who works in his family's vegetable distributing company. "About 120 kilos," or roughly 265 pounds, Martínez answered immediately. The principal chuckled. "The ones who work," Benítez said, "are really good with numbers."
Their exchange helps illustrate the challenges and the promise of Mexican schools, where many students must balance education with their family's economic needs. The poor quality of public education here has become a growing concern as Mexico embarks on a new push to modernize and create better paying jobs that could slow the flow of migrants to the USA.

Happy Holiday's and Happy New Year

For the 2008 Cran memory flash: We started the new year in style doing our first Asian adventure that took us to Japan, Thailand, and Cambodia. For Japan we explored Tokyo city, temples in Niko, and the geisha-esk city of Kyoto...In Bangkok we loved the ornate designs, architecture, and paintings within the Grand Palace. Our favorite was visiting the Tiger Temple near Kanchanaburi and riding on a Thai elephant. In Cambodia, we got over our Tomb Raider-Laura Croft fix by checking out Angkor Wat, Bayon, Ta Prohm and numerous other temples. It was a whirl wind to say the least.
In May, the Sanchis family came to SF for Angela's MBA graduation ceremony. In May, we also went to CT for Sari (Craig's sister) and Chuck's wedding, which was a gorgeous event at a winery. Shortly thereafter, the Conway's visit us in which we relaxed and shopped in Tiburon. In August, Angela's sister delivered baby Lindsey- making Craig and Angela an Uncle and Aunt for the first time. In September, Sari came out for a culinary SF tour in which we ate dim sum, sushi, you name it. Angela also was able to travel to Frankfurt, Germany & Sydney, Australia for work events. And, Craig's bike hobby really exploded this year - he now has 5 bikes in the apartment that he has built.
We hope you had a great year and always share your adventures with us. Keep in touch!

Happy Holidays in Berazil and New zealand

The Crangela started the year in Belize and then jumped directly to New Zealand! We did some of the most amazing diving at the Blue Hole, and visited the temples of Tekal in Guatemala. In New Zealand we explored both the North and South island, attended a wedding in Auckland, went up in a hot air balloon, gazed at glaciers in Franz Josef, and flew over Milford sound. And for the grand finale, Angela bungee jumped off the Kawarau Bridge in Queenstown, free-falling almost 150 feet!
In May we ventured to Bodie, a ghost town in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California, and reflected on life in the Wild West. In August, we jetted to Maui, Hawaii for Angela's birthday, fitting in several underwater dives featuring shipwrecks and sea turtles. In July, Angela and Craig's sister ran in the Napa to Sonoma half marathon. Angela had a proud pace of 8:49 min per mile finishing in less than 2 hours and raised $2650 for Crohn's and Colitis. In September, Crangela visited Bend, Oregon to sample the local micro breweries, while finalizing plans to spend Thanksgiving in Peru, where we hiked the Incan trail to Machu Picchu.
We wish you a happy and healthy New Year and hope you continue share your life adventures with us!

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All in all, it is possible to find free continuing education for nurses, but it may be tricky to do so. Start by checking in with a relevant nursing association and if they have nothing that suits your desire, turn to other web sites. As with anything, ensure that any site you use is credentialed by some body that your state accepts. Not only is continuing education beneficial for your career, but it’s also a necessary requirement by virtually all states. Thus, there’s really no reason to put off taking courses any longer!

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Thanks to the Internet and my relative proximity to a bunch of different campuses, I shouldn’t have any trouble finding quality, affordable adult education classes that will help me get ahead in my career. Whether I end up choosing to study online or in the classroom, I’m excited to begin this next phase in my personal evolution. I just hope my employer recognizes my commitment as well!

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Training in communications can be broad with students learning how to navigate the complex flow of communication in diverse ways. Gaining a bachelor’s degree in communication gives the training necessary to disseminate information in a clear and interesting way. Communications majors are used by businesses to convey the corporate mission to employees, shareholders, and clients. Communications specialists and degree holders may also be used to advertise products and services in an exciting way.

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Online learning is beneficial in many ways, especially for people who want to attain their educational goals of obtaining a degree or finishing a degree program. Earning online degrees from online programs is one way to attain educational goals for many people. Attending online classes, accessing online course material, and participation in online classes are all more convenient with online distance education. Attending online classes at any time from any location is one benefit of online distance education. All a person needs is a computer and access to the internet to attend class. There is no need for a vehicle to drive to class, battle traffic to and from class or to pay parking fees on campus, when a person can attend online classes.20091029-classroom_online_logo_small
Online schools benefit students by allowing access to online courses, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This is more convenient than attending a brick-and-mortar class that opens for specific hours of the day. Online education allows a person to learn the way that best suits them. For instance, a student can learn from a variety of methods, such as slide presentations, lecture notes or discussions/chat areas. Students participating in discussion or chat areas can debate issues or learn from other students. More students can participate in the discussions, also. Everyone can voice an opinion, whereas in the classroom, time constraints do not always permit this to happen.
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Although most online MBA programs are conducted 100% online, some of them do arrange students to meet together from time to time so that they have a face-to-face discussion session.
Online MBA is taught exclusively using housing studies through online learning system of the business school, whereby online students discuss real dilemmas faced by companies in the housing studies. Normally, the academic will open up by asking questions and the students then begin sharing their thoughts and discussing the housing through posting their opinions, asking questions and getting responses using the communication channels featured in online learning system. Online students can opt to enter the discussion at the time that’s prizewinning for them. They can opt to do it during a lunch break, while waiting for a meeting to start, or even when they are on travel.

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MBA is one of the highest demand honor programs studied by business professionals. Students who pursue MBA are mostly working individuals who have entered the workplace for some times. They have very laboring working schedule. So, if they go for traditional campus-based MBA program, time is the key constraint that may cause them to quit half way or not even get started. Fortunately, online MBA makes an easier path for those who plan to advance their career to master the business administration using the advanced online technology.How’s online MBA works? You may interest to know it before you opt online MBA as your option to earn the degree.
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Where to Get Your EducationMore and more internet companies are seeing the usefulness of online cloud technology and understand that this system of technology is the future. That is why these companies are donating thousands and millions of dollars to programs all around the world to move methodical classes in Cloud computing. Such classes can be found online or in great institutions with a computer science program. Classes are open to anyone with the desire to see most this incredible internet playing tool.
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