There are no big differences in the cultural education, both America and the VI uses the conmen core based standard to regulate their education systems. America has a lot more schools, the VI only have two public high schools and One University. The fact that the school system is so small in the VI they do not face the same problem in America, for example no child left behind. Students in the Vi look forward to going to school there are no laws that say all students hav...
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...ts in the class through other culture. What I mean by this is if I’m teaching a sport like soccer, I will also teach them about the passion in festivity that other countries have for this sport like Spain. I would also implement an Olympic theme in my physical education call where students will have to pick a country and compete as that country, and everyday when coming to class students will have to tell me one educational fact about the culture of that country. Relating back to my interview Shaq was very offended that a lot of people didn’t know that the Virgin Islands was a part of America and actually had a lot to do with American history. If we can make students of tomorrow more open-minded and accepting to all thing I feel we can eliminate the negativity of the division/ different in race; turning the differences into a positive learning experience for all.
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