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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... come into their schools and villages is mind blowing to me. I didn't expect to experience any of that on this trip and I'm so glad I did. I'm really going to miss this city and their culture. Three weeks just wasn't long enough!
With that said, I am super excited to be able to have the chance to student teach down here next spring semester. I will be counting the days until I can come ...
... Superama (which is a part of Walmart), OXXO, and 7/11. Along with the expansion in Mexico they also have cleared the hurdles of certification with the USDA and can sell their products in the US and are actively seeking markets there.
To also help expand the company they using profits to fortify the company's infrastructure rather than hire more people, which they could also use. With the arrival of Alejandro there has been a movement to ...
... a high school diploma and a degree from a university. But in general to be a high school teacher you need to have a high school diploma and at least 3 years of education after. Unlike the US class size of roughly 25-30 students, this school has roughly 50-60 students per class. We stopped into a couple of classrooms and asked the teacher about behavior issues and he said that the days vary with up and down behavior issues, so it is the same as the US. ...
... has a preschool center. Elementary school starts when they're six. 1st grade to 6th grade. Not every community has an elementary school. Secundaria 7,8,9th Prepa is 10, 11, 12th School is free, but there are many other expenses that prevents students from attending. Must wear uniforms and there is no public transportation to get them ...
Waking up this morning and walking outside made last night's experience seem so small and my thoughts of going home disappear! It was absolutely beautiful, something I can totally get used to waking up to! We were having breakfast at 9 and then had to be at the language school for orientation at 12. All of us girls learned to stager our showers to get hot water and also stagger using blow dryers and straighteners as we blew out the power ...