Education Systems: A Battle Between Countries

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Education Systems: A Battle Between Countries

Hanna Marsi

The battle of regulated school systems is not only a problem in the U.S. but all over the world. Many countries vary in their teaching methods and standardized testing. Having sameness in schools across the globe is unheard of. At Laguna, the administration tries to make the school environment as supportive as possible. Being able to talk to one of Laguna’s previous international students, we have gained insight into the matter. Ninth grader, Charlotte Musch spent her 6th to 8th-grade life at an international school in Holland. Charlotte stated that the International School of Antwerp (AIS) was a really nice school, but Laguna “is way more opening and is willing to help you.” She also stated, “Everyone is really nice and helpful to each other.” We can see here the difference in schooling and how it can affect the student’s knowledge of the material.

Charlotte Musch came to Laguna this year as a ninth grader from the International School of Antwerp in Holland.

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