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    Schools in the United States Seek Costa Rican Teachers

    If you are a teacher and are looking for a new professional opportunity at this beginning of the year, this information may interest you

    Have You Visited San Jose's Colegio Nacional de Señoritas?

    The “Colegio Superior de Señoritas” (Superior College of Young Ladies) is an educational institution located in San José

    The Band Director’s Lessons About Life – Introduction

    Introduction Music is the language of the spirits. KHALIL GIBRAN (Early 20th-century Lebanese-American writer, poet, artist) “He hit me first, Mr. Lee!” “I’m sure he did, Bradley. I believe you. But what did Jesus say about that?” He didn’t know. No one in the class...

    How Digital Technology Aids in Costa Rican Schools

    Computers, smartphones, video beams, digital cameras or calculators are some of the many tools currently available

    January 4th: Commemoration of “World Braille Day”

    January 4th of each year was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly as the "World Day of the Braille Reading and Writing System"

    The Importance of Sex

    This was confirmed for me in a recent class I was taking. Being a woman who owns and adores her natural feminine chaos

    Prestigious Danish Design Institute to Open Campus in Costa Rica

    One of the world's leading design and innovation schools, the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID), will open its first headquarters outside of Europe in February 2020 in Costa Rica

    Costa Rica Celebrates Its Free and Compulsory Primary Education System

    On November 10th, 1942 the “Costa Rican School Day” was decreed. This day is considered auspicious to remember the purposes of Costa Rican education founding principles that begin with the following: “Every inhabitant of the Republic has the right to education and the State has the obligation to try to offer it in the widest and most appropriate way”

    How Can Virtual College Tours Help You To Choose the Right College?

    Going off to college is a big step. It's the first one many young adults take towards the career path that the majority of them will follow for the rest of their lives. It's a big part of the...
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