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31 Oct
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The greatest challenge facing the Guatemalan education system today is the high drop out rate. According to UNICEF, the completion rate was only 60% for primary school and 50.1% for middle school. Currently,...
30 Oct
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Canada is made up of thirteen provinces and territories that have each developed their own education system and institutions. There are similarities and differences between these thirteen education systems but...
26 Oct
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In Mexico, everyone has the right to education and education is mandatory for “primaria” (Primary Education) and “secundaria” (Lower-Secondary Education). The Federal Government, through the Secretaría de...
24 Oct
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In the United States, education is compulsory and universally available. Due to the 10th amendment of the U.S. Constitution, the federal government does not have the right to establish a national education...
22 Oct
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  The H-1B Visa is a visa that allows United States employers to employ foreign workers in specialty occupations for a period of up to six years. Currently there is a quota on the number of visas granted per...
20 Oct
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Due to the global recession that began in 2008 many United States colleges and universities have experienced financial troubles. There are many different approaches that these institutions have taken to...
13 Oct
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Whether you are from a foreign country and are looking to either move or study in the United States, or you are a United States citizen that wants to study abroad, getting foreign academic evaluation services...
11 Oct
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The application process for any school is one that is very time-consuming, nerve wrecking, and difficult. Without an experienced and efficient foreign academic evaluator, the process will be made all the more...
29 Aug
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At Global Academic Evaluators we provide expert written assessments and evaluations of foreign educational records to provide United States educational equivalencies. We have a highly knowledgeable staff with...

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