Us and differences between Spanish speaking countries

Us system is divided into elementary, middle or junior high, high school, Jr college, vocational and universities.  In the Us, education starts from the age range of 5-8, and end between 16-18. According to Alicia Morales, “the Us grades are 1-5, 6-8, and 9-12.” The grading system that is used in the united states is the letter system. This system consists of A, B, C, D, and F. A is the highest and best grade, D means you’re passing poorly, and F means you failed the course.Every year the students change classes and get new teachers, and sometimes they may get the same teacher if he or she changes position. The Us consist of public, charter, private, schools and homeschooling. Us public schools don’t have religious classes, but in private schools religion may be taught there. School is compulsory for all of the kids in the United States, and the age range for the school that is mandatory is different in each state. Compulsory laws require students to go to a public or private school for a certain amount of time. All states have different laws for when students have to begin school and when they are allowed to drop out. College entrance requirements in the Us are high school transcript, application fee, college admission test, letter of recommendation, application essay, and an interview. According to Laura Bridgestock, “tuition fees in-state colleges have an average of $9,139 for people in the state and $22,958 for common people.” In private schools, the tuition fees can cost up to $33,480. Some us schools offer students to live on campus or near the school’s facilities. Other schools don’t offer students to live on campus, but they will provide students with information on finding a place to live and compatible roommates.Now you know the similarities and differences between Spanish speaking countries and us in education. As you can see there are many differences in the area of education. let’s move on to how I could communicate with this person from the culture that I’m aware of and appreciate his or her cultural frame of reference. I could communicate with this person by talking about Spanish and our education in his or her language. Some of my own assumptions and values in education that this person might not understand about me are that I value Us education more and think it’s a better