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Choosing a Spanish school in Mexico

The reasons to learn a foreign language are many. "For those of us traveling or living in Mexico, there is no doubt that learning Spanish enriches our lives," says Ohio native Anne Meyer, a social stud... read more

Did you know? Thousands of Mexico's students receive classes by TV Tony Burton

Mexico's pioneering "telesecundaria" or "television secondary school" system began back in 1968. It now provides junior high school classes in remote areas, serving about one million students in grades... read more

Jose Garcia Olvera - El Professor De Los Pobres Zofia Barisas

Olvera has been teaching a choir in Santa Ana Tepetitlan, for boys aged six to 13 years old, five days a week for the last 23 years. The first time I hear the choir Ninos Cantores d... read more

Michoacan's rural education Amanda Villagómez

Stating what it means to be Mexican is not an easy topic to define, but the rural education system helps in forming a sense of being Mexico for many young people in Michoacán’s rural areas. The hist... read more

Culinary theme vacations in Mexico: The intrepid cocinero Daniel C. Schechter

The Intrepid Cocinero These culinary theme vacations are based on the adage: the way to a Mexican’s heart is through his stomach.   By Daniel C. Schechter   This article origina... read more
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