Eskolatze Euskal

Eskolatzea dohainik hiru urtetik hamasei urtetara arte da. Eskolatze nahitaezkoa sei urtetik da. Hiru mota eskolatze da: eskolatze umetxo, hezkuntza, eta lehen nahitaezkoa. Haiek espainiera eta euskara batua hitz egin ditute. Euskal Herria bost eskolatze nazioarteko dauzka:

  1. American School of Bilbao
  2. Deutsche Schule Bilbao
  3. Lycée Français de Bilbao
  4. Saint George’s English School
  5. Deutsche Schule San Alberto Mango

Ere, eskolatze euskara batua bakar hitz egin ditute. Haien izena ikastula da. Ikastola hezkuntza eta lehen da. Euskadikoa, Navarrekoa, eta (maitatu gutxiago) Iparraldekoa daude. Euskadi eta Navarre egoera finantzaketa behar dute. Iparralde elkartea elebiduna nahi dut. Boiseko Ikastola Amerikakoa da. Haiek batua irakatsi dute eta hizkuntza bereganatzean fokatu dute. http://www.boisekoikastola.org/

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3 Responses to Eskolatze Euskal

  1. ldurdan2 says:

    The little girl I watched for the summer went to the American School of Bilbao. It was very interesting to see how she learned in comparison to her brothers who went to a Basque school.

  2. rwhalen2 says:

    That’s really interesting! I’m surprised to see that there are German schools – I wouldn’t have guessed Germany as a contender for international schools in the Basque Country

  3. aneicardo says:

    This is very interesting! Yes, in San Sebastian el Colegio Alemán is very famous, as well as San Patricio English school. They are usually run by religious congregations but many parents send their children there. However, ikastolas are even more popular, because the former are usually private. Ni ikastolara joan nineteen, Txingudi Ikastola zen bere izena!

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