Oktatás mindenkinek - Brazília x Magyarország
Is inevitable the comparison made between what is called home, my country - Brazil, and where I chose to spend a year living - Hungary. Brazil has an area approximately 91 times greater than Hungary, a population 20 times greater and a completely different language, but find differences between these countries is not a difficult task. Is it possible that countries with differences that go beyond geographical points have something in common? It is expected that there are a few things in common between these friendly countries, but we can say that education is one of them.
Despite the structural differences, even didactics, a common point and very important among countries is the interest in promoting a quality education and free for all. Each country has a management style that is appropriate to local needs, such as a structure that should extend to all social classes and cover the whole territory, so that both systems can reach around 85 to 90% to grip of the population.
Public schools in both locations are the responsibility of the government and the state on different scales, so that they must guarantee their maintenance, preservation, quality of education and the physical structure of the institutions. It is the responsibility of the organs that keep the educational institutions and the professionals who work there ensure freedom of religion and ideology in schools, as both live in true democracy.
Although some similarities between the education systems. Both present several peculiarities that make them unique, are these differences that demonstrate the significant interest in giving some kind of education more effective and in some ways more focused on the objectives of students, making learning more interesting.
Ferreira Arcanjo Ana Carolina
Dr. Sárvári Judit
igazgató, Idegen Nyelvi Központ