To people who have been to school in 2 or more different countries, what are the differences between the schools and which do you prefer?

Australia has an extremely weak curriculum.

In most subjects, students will be several years behind their peers in the US or UK. There is a small degree of catch up in the final two years of high school, but in general Australian students will have a much narrower understanding of a lot of subjects than other western graduates.

Languages aren’t emphasised strongly enough, the English curriculum is pathetic, history is way too narrow, math is too slow a burn, the curriculum needs to be pushed up by several years, sciences are okay.

I studied in Australia K-6, at a US curriculum school in a different country 7-9, Australia 10-11, Italy (with Italian curriculum) final year.

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