Years in USA --> CLaudia
Years in Spain --> Celia
Usa´s educational estructure --> Nicolás
Spain´s educational estructure --> Claudia
Particularities of the private colleges --> Nico
Conclusion --> Claudia
Bibliography --> Celia
Years in USA
Pre-kindergarten 3 3-4
Pre-kindergarten 4 4-5
First grado 6-7
Second grado 7–8
Fourth grado 9–10
Fiveth grado 10–11
Sixth grado 11–12
Seventh grado 12–13
Eight Grado 13–14
Nineth Grado (Freshman) 14–15
Tenth Grado (Sophomore) 15–16
Eleventh Grado (Junior) 16–17
Twelveth Grado (Senior) 17–18
University Education (pregrado) 18–22 (Freshman, Sophomore, Junior y Senior)
University Education (posgrado) Age changes
Vocational education Age changes
Adults' education Age changes
Years in Spain
17 2 º Baccalaureate
16 1 º Baccalaureate
15 4 º Secondary Obligatory Education
14 3 º Secondary Obligatory Education
13 2 º Secondary Obligatory Education
12 1 º Secondary Obligatory Education
11 6 º Primary Education
10 5 º Primary Education
9 4 º Primary Education
8 3 º Primary Education
7 2 º Primary Education
6 1 º Primary Education
5 3 º Infantile Education
4 2 º Infantile Education
3 1 º Infantile Education
Usa´s educational structure
Before the top education, the American students are present at the primary and secondary school during a total combined of 12 years. These years are known as the period of the first degree to twelfth degree.
To the approximate age of six years, the American children begin the primary school, which commonly is named " elementary school " . They are present at this school for five or six years and then they go on to the secondary school.
The secondary schools are shaped by two programs: the first one names " middle school " or " junior high school " and the second program is it " high school " (secondary school). In the graduation of the secondary school a diploma or certificate is granted. Once classified
spain´s educational estructure
The Primary Education (EP) and the Secondary Obligatory Education constitute (IT) the basic Spanish education. The basic education is obligatory and free for all the persons, understands ten years of education and develops, of regular form, between(among) the six and sixteen years of age.
The secondary education divides in Secondary Obligatory Education (IT) and secondary postobligatory education. They constitute the secondary postobligatory education the Baccalaureate and the Vocational training (FP) of average degree or FP I in his(her,your) different disciplines including artistic, plastic and sports. These studies are dealed in Institutes of Secondary Education (IES).
It includes the university studies, the Vocational training (FP) of top degree, and the different artistic, plastic and sports top educations.
Particularities of the private colleges
Principally, the private colleges offer the following advantages:
Many of them offer financial help to the students, which does that the cost diminishes considerably.
There is a minor number of pupils for classes.
Some private colleges have more concrete philosophies of education.
To accede to the colleges there is a process of admission of each one of the students.
They offer many minority sports since it can be fencing, ski(skiing) or oar, besides the sports most practised as basketball, European football, or golf.
After all these particularities, it is necessary to say that the principal characteristic is that we it can choose. Unlike the public colleges, which cannot be chosen and " they touch for drawing " to the students, the private colleges can be chosen depending on the characteristics of every student.