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For example, one of the major differences between the American educational system and systems in a majority of other countries is that education in the United States is intended for everyone-not just for a privileged few. Schools are expected to meet the needs of every child,regardless of his or her ability,and also the needs of society itself. This means that tax-supported public schools offer more than academic subjects. It surprises many people when they come here to find high schools offering such courses as typing, sewing, radio repair, computer programming, or driver training, along with traditional academic subjects such as mathematics,history, and language. Students can choose among a great variety of subjects depending on their interests, future plans, and level of ability. The primary purposes of American education are to develop every child's abilities, however great or small these may be, and to give each child a sense of citizenship.

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たとえば米国の教育システムが他国の其れと違うのは、教育が全ての人の為のものであり、決して一部の特権階級のためのものではない点である。学校教育は、生徒の能力や出身階層に関係なく、すべての生徒の要望に対応したものでなければならない。 したがって(結果として)税金で運営される公立学校では学術的な科目以外のものも提供している。 (公立)高校ではタイピング、縫製、通信機修理 コンピュータープログラミング、自動車運転教習、等も従来の学術的な科目、つまり数学や歴史や語学などと並行して行われているので訪問した人はびっくりする。 生徒たちは非常にたくさんある選択科目から自分の興味や将来の計画や自分の能力に応じて科目を選択出来る。 米国の教育の基本目標は、偉大なものであれ細やかなものであれ、すべての生徒の能力を伸ばすことにある。 そして(その過程で)生徒一人一人に市民意識を植え付けることにある。

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