The Dominican Republic
The economy in the Dominican Republic has a very mixed economy based on a lot of trading and tourism. 60% of the Dominican Republics trades are with the United Sates. Although more than half of the population in the Dominican Republic, the economy in the Dominican Republic is rapidly growing and the size of the middle class in the Dominican has grown vastly over the past few years.
González, Nancie L. "Demographic Trends." Encyclopedia Britannica Online. Encyclopedia Britannica, n.d. Web. 02 Nov. 2014.
Education is provided free for all children from the ages 7 to 14, and school is barely enforced, especially in the rural areas. Uniforms are required to attend school and these are not provided by the government, so the families that cannot afford to buy them can not send their children to school. Many families in poverty who cant afford uniforms, their children go their entire lives without ever having the opportunity to be educated. and children are 14 years old education must be payed for.
The majority of the Dominican Republic has beautiful tropical weather all year round, with the average temperature hovering around 77°F. Some call the Dominican Republic's climate, 'the endless summer', due to warm and sunny conditions experienced pretty much everywhere in the country, all year round. The "cool" season in the Dominican runs usually runs from November to April. The Dominican is also home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
"Climate in the Dominican Republic by Hispaniola.com." Climate in the Dominican Republic by Hispaniola.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 02 Nov. 2014.
In the Dominican Republic, the love to dance and they really love art and music. Baseball is a very popular sport in the Dominican and many kids who dont go to school play with their friends on the streets. There are many Dominican baseball players in the MLB and most of them are the best in the league.