Without wishing to sound disrespectful, the inquiry was not about a US based curriculum or any other country's curriculum. It was about private schools in Belize. I don't think expats from other countries can expect that schools in a foreign country will meet their specific country's academic standards, wherever they are from. If they are lucky enough to come from a community that has decided to provide a school following their home country's curriculum, that is great, but I wouldn't set the USA standard as the international bar for quality academics - nor would I set any country's. This is Belize and almost all schools teach the Belize national curriculum, as they should. The school system seems adequate for those going abroad to study. I've been told by some expats (from the USA) that their children,when returning to school in the USA, were considered academically advanced after attending school in Belize.
I want to add that I have Belizean friends, who attended village church schools in Belize, who have qualified for and excelled at USA Universities, going on to post graduate level.
Edited by ConchCr (03 April 11 6:50 am - America/Chicago)
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