Venezuela has a well-funded system of education. A few years back, I was asked to attend a symposium on education in Venezuela. The first thing that struck me as I entered the reception area was the lack of chairs. The chairs were scattered everywhere, every corner of the space was filled with students, and the tables were full and overflowing. One student sat at the table with a group of four other students.
The Venezuelan education system is so large, so convoluted, and so well funded that it’s difficult to imagine a more perfect system for education. Of course, there are some things that are quite awful about the system. There is a lack of any type of standardized testing, for example. It’s very difficult to determine where a student can fall on the testing spectrum.
The fact that it’s hard to determine where a student is on the testing spectrum is a huge problem for schools. Some schools even have “no testing” policies. It’s like the government has given students a special badge that tells them they are above the law. In my opinion, the system is so broken that the only way to fix it is to stop testing.
That is a problem here in Venezuela. If the system is broken, then this is a problem. I have been a student of Venezuelan education for over twenty years now and I have not once had a student fail math or English because of this system. In fact, they have all passed high school.
The problem for many countries in the world is that the government doesn’t have a policy for student education. In Venezuela, the government is so anti-American that it does not want to change things so it keeps making excuses for its failures. If you have a student, you can expect them to be given a special, almost supernatural, badge that tells them that they are above the law. If they don’t pass their test, they may be imprisoned for life.
In Venezuela, the government has a policy of just giving the kids a sticker that says that they’re above the law. It is even possible to get a special certificate from the government and not even be arrested. This is why there is no education system in Venezuela. In fact they have all passed high school.
The system is even worse. There is no official testing system, no formal assessment, and no official certification. This means that students are simply given these certificates without even having to do any of the extra studying, and if they pass the test they are given the badge. This is why there is no official testing system and no official certification system. The system is even worse because they have no formal assessment system, and the teachers cant even teach the basics of the subjects they are supposed to.
When you’re on Deathloop, you’re supposed to get the test. You don’t get the test if you don’t pass. You don’t get the test if you don’t pass.
But how do we test them? If youre on Deathloop youre supposed to get the test. You dont get the test if you dont pass.
Of course, the teacher is a human being, so the system is just as messed up. But unlike most of the other systems, the teacher doesn’t seem to have any sort of system. The teacher is allowed to teach the subjects she is supposed to, but she can’t even teach the subjects she is supposed to.