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Cost of education in Germany

Posted by on May 15, 2014 – 08:38 am

Cost of education in Germany

For a good book on this, read the Healing of America. The author discusses how Great Britain, Canada, Japan, Germany,India, and France handles their healthcare. Here are some of the key points: 1. Uninsured people drive up the cost of healthcare for all of us. By not having insurance, they go into emergency care and then don t pay. The insured people end up making up the difference. If everyone has insurance, then the cost averages out. 2. Medical doctors in other countries are paid differently. Their education is paid for by the government…

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International education Fair Germany

Posted by on February 17, 2014 – 02:25 pm

International education Fair Germany

“The big picture of U.S. performance on the 2012 Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) is straightforward and stark: It is a picture of educational stagnation…. Fifteen-year olds in the U.S. today are average in science and reading literacy, and below average in mathematics, compared to their counterparts in [other industrialized] countries.” U.S. secretary of education Arne Duncan spoke these grim words on the bleak December day in late 2013 when the international tests in math, science, and literacy were released. No less disconcerting…

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Education Kenya Germany

Posted by on April 18, 2014 – 07:15 am

Education Kenya Germany

Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates, Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr., Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. Commerce Deputy Secretary Dennis Hightower Education Deputy Secretary Adam Miller. Reps. Andre Carson (D-Ind.), John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich.), Keith Ellison (D-Minn.), Rush D. Holt (D-N.J.) Sen. Richard G. Lugar (R-Ind.). Ambassador Prince Zeid Ra ad Zeid Al Hussein of Jordan; Ambassador Adel A.M. Al Jubeir of Saudi Arabia; Ambassador Husain Haqqani of Pakistan; Ambassador Erlan A. Idrissov of Kazakhstan; Ambassador His Excellency…

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Education first Germany

Posted by on March 10, 2014 – 09:59 am

Education first Germany

Opinion. I personally dont think that any federal moneyshould be used toward education. I have a few reasons. First, it is already funded on a local level. Most of the dollars for schools comes from state and local property taxes. Also states are the ones responsible for setting the curicullum (sp?) and for the standards that their students in their state must acheive. Second, we are now spending per pupil 3 times more in real dollars today then we did 35 years ago yet test scores and graduation levels are practically flat. until they figure out…

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Higher education in Germany cost

Posted by on April 3, 2014 – 01:47 pm

Higher education in Germany cost

Say that you cant handle any more taxes. Do you even know what your tax rate is ? the last time I looked, mine was at around 14% which is ridiculously low, and I m not using any loopholes. Just a mortgage deduction and an IRA and 401k. Thats it. Look at other countries that are not as fucked up as we are, and you will see, eg in Europe, that individuals pay a higher tax rate, but in exchange they get a much more comprehensive set of benefits ranging from extended maternity leave to low or no cost quality health insurance to efficient mass transit…

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Education levels in Germany

Posted by on April 24, 2014 – 10:49 am

Education levels in Germany

Have to look at all humans as equals under the constitution and respect each other, yet many are not equals in education or thinking abilities. together we make a society, a healthy society allows religious nuts to operate as citizens in the society. a sick society destroys religious nuts as germany did in the 1930 s and 40 s.Education in Germany - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Cost of public education in Germany

Posted by on May 15, 2014 – 01:15 pm

Cost of public education in Germany

So The world bank/IMf does NOT !)demand privitization of civil services, water services, and education in order to provide loans? 2)The IMf/World bank does not loan money for projects that benefit corporations moreso than farmers or local agriculture, in order to create a favorable investment GDP outlook? 3)That restructuring of debt nine times outta ten does not entail eviceration of living wage jobs in the public sector? Often the only jobs that pay a good wage in many third world countries. 4) That the IMF/World bank to this day advocates…

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Free higher education Germany international students

Posted by on February 17, 2014 – 05:12 am

Free higher education Germany international students

Since 1990, the U.S. government has given away, free of charge, more than $8 billion worth of surplus equipment from U.S. military stocks, including 4, heavy tanks, 500 bombers and 200, light arms. Source: U.S. State Department and U.S. Department of Defense, Foreign Military Assistance Act, Report to Congress, Financial Year 1996: Authorized U.S. Commercial Exports, Military Assistance, Foreign Military Sales and Military Imports, September 1997. From 1989 to 1996 the U.S. sold more than $117 billion of arms, about 45% of the global total…

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