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Brazil Situation

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Ceci y Mapa AIESEC

on 30 January 2013

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Why is Brazil's primary education so important? Brazil's Situation Education is one of the most powerful instruments known for reducing poverty and inequality and for laying the basis for sustained economic growth. Pre-Primary Education Secundary Education In Brazil, as in many countries of the region,
women complete their secondary education in greater numbers than men. In addition, there are marked differences in the primary education completion an especially the secondary, depending on whether the students is from an urban o rural, or according to their socioeconomic status. In Brazil, people in poverty and those living in rural areas end lesser exten primary and secondary school. The enrloment in pre primary education is still low in Brazil. By 2008 only 50% of preschool were enrolled at that education level, while the average of the countries in the region was 65.3%. Primary Education The enrollment date in primary education in Brazil is within the regional average, 95.3%. In 2008, 95% of Brazilian children who should be at this level of education were enrolled.

However, with 24.5%, Brazil is one of the countries with the highest repetition rates in the region in the first grade of primary education. This is of concern as grade retention increases the propability of poor future performance and dropout. In the past year, 81% of students age attend school were enrolled, a figure above the average of the countries in the region, which was 72.8%.
The rate of completion of secondary education in 2008 was 55% among those 20 to 24 years, representing a more favorable situation compared to previous generations. The average among the countries of the region during the same period was 51% for this same age group. What do you think of this situation and about this information?
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