It\'s always tricky to find the correspondences between educational systems of different countries, ain\'t it? Well, someone on the Portuguese translators list has just found that Unesco has a good number of detailed .rtf files describing the educational systems of various countries, loaded with valuable information and additional links at
This is the backdoor entrance, nothing fancy, but it should work fine, just right click to download them.
They are organized by codes us, de, br etc.
Note: I\'m posting it here because it\'s not a glossary/dictionary per se, but from now on I recommend posting glossaries and dictionaries at the new site area, which is almost fully operational now: GlossPost at Proz.com. Reference links, such as this one, are always welcome at the Translators Resources forum.
[ This Message was edited by: farre on 2003-05-06 17:05]
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