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How could the education system be improved in Spain?
Spain has one of the highest drop-out rates _____ (1) high school in Europe so it is obvious that something is failing. To kick off this essay we are going to look at the current state of education and _____ (2) to improve it.
_____ (3) the one hand, Spain has just experienced an extreme economic recession, therefore funding has been cut and this of course has lead to a lack of resources. Teachers _____ (4) have had a bad time trying to maintain standards due to this fact. A simple increase of investment in education could help to make things better for _____ (5) teachers and students.
On the other hand, teaching methods in Spain are said to be among _____ (6) worst in the world. There needs to be _____ (7) extreme change in the training process for teachers, especially to assimilate the recent emergence of bilingualism. Good teacher come out of a well-formed training system.
In brief, Changes need to be made at both government and grass roots levels to ensure that future generations _____ (8) a bright future. Starting with funding teacher training so that teachers can change the face of the education system.