Education is compulsory in Gaston from 5 to 18 years of age, being offered in schools funded by the government or private. Currently, gastonese education system is centralized and consists in three phases, the primary, secondary and high education. The Programme for International Student Assessment, coordinated by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) ranks Gaston education as the 13th best in the world, being neither significantly higher nor lower than the OECD average. The gatonese educational system is divided into five different levels:
1. Maternal Education (pre-school, from 2 to 5 years);
2. Primary Education (5 years of the early years of elementary school from 6 to 10 years);
3. Elementary Education (last 4 years of elementary school, between 11 and 15 years);
4. Secondary Education (high School, between 16 and 18 years);
5. High Education (University).
The gastonese health system was ranked first worldwide according to OMS in 1996 and then again in 2000. The health system is generally free for people affected by chronic diseases such as cancer, AIDS or cystic fibrosis. The average life expectancy at birth is 97 years, one of the highest in the European Union. There are 5.22 doctors per 1,000 inhabitants in Gaston.
Created on 07/15/2015 SPRG is responsible for the execution of the mailing and delivery system in Gaston. It focuses mainly on the postal business, which involves sending documents (letters, invoices) and orders between a sender and a recipient, which may be in the same city or in places very distant from each other. It also focuses on the marketing of stamps, aimed at Philately and Collectors. At the moment it offers two categories.
Thematic issue, which records facts, dates, highlights and honors personalities, nationally and internationally
FLOWERS OF THE KINGDOM
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The gastonese rail network, which spans almost the entire country, is one of the largest in Western Europe. High-speed trains include Tanis, Eurostar and TGVG. There are approximately 60,300 kilometers of usable roads in Gaston. The Nekane region is involved with a dense network of roads and highways that connect it with virtually all parts of the country. Gastonese roads also deal with an important international traffic, connecting with cities in neighboring Spain.