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Educational system in Peru - brief talk

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topics
SOURCES: World Bank, Ministry of Education of Peru, OECD, PISA
GOALS & ACHIEVEMENTS
learning
SOURCES: Ministry of Education of Peru
BILINGUAL EDUCATION
Beca 18: 25,000 scholarships between 2012-2016 (Peru, France, Cuba, Germany, the Netherlands, Australia)
Teachers training
5,000 bicycles to go to school
Laptops & solar panels
Educational Satellite TV Network
Education investment
SOURCES: Ministry of Education of Peru
GOALS & ACHIEVEMENTS 2013
EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM IN PERU
Latin America
Education in Latin America is still a challenge
Access to education in Latin America: in average, 30% of children between the ages of 4 and 17 do not attend school (primary and secondary).
Schools last between 9 to 12 years, divided in primary and secondary school.
Education policies still depend on political, economic, and social issues.
In average, Latin American countries spend 4.4% out of their GDP. Peru spends 3.2%, Argentina 4.8% , Cuba 7.7% and Chile 12%.
Based on Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries, the 2009 Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) results revealed that Uruguay (47) and Chile (50), had the best scores. Peru placed 63 out of 65 countries evaluated.
In Peru, education is free in public schools and public universities.
In Peru, primary school takes 6 years, secondary or high school takes 5 years, and university majors take 5 years (except Medicine and Law).
The Ministry of Education of Peru is investing more than US$ 1.7 billion in education in 2013.
Peru spends US$ 191 per secondary school student, USA spends US$ 5,300 per year.
SOURCES: World Bank, Ministry of Education of Peru, OECD, PISA
SOURCES: IAE BUSINESS SCHOOL (SPAIN) - 2012
SOURCES: OECD, PISA
SOURCES: OECD, PISA
SOURCES: OECD, PISA
university
Source: Ministry of Education of Peru
On October 4th Quacquarelli Symonds, an education consultancy, published the first regional ranking of Latin American universities, combining measures of reputation, research output, academics' qualifications and staff-student ratios. Of the 200 top universities, 65 are in Brazil, 35 in Mexico, 25 apiece in Argentina and Chile and 20 in Colombia.
SOURCES: QS Top Universities
issues
SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, EDUCATIONAL ISSUES
Demographics: access to education, number of schools, number of trained teachers, public and private institutions, failing students, quitting school, location of schools.
Politics: laws, corruption, democracy, bureaucracy, budgets, strikes, unions.
Poverty: parents income, job opportunities, town or community economic situation, government development, nutrition, discrimination.
SOURCES: World Bank, Ministry of Education of Peru, OECD
SOURCES: World Bank, Ministry of Education of Peru, OECD
SOURCES: World Bank, Ministry of Education of Peru, OECD
Investment: low salaries, poor infrastructure, educational materials, tuition fees, scholarships, educational loans, public and private investments, international support.
SOURCES: World Bank, Ministry of Education of Peru, OECD
Educational policies: internationalization, accreditation, academic training, research, academic curricula, academic competencies, reading habits, teachers degrees, exchange abroad, internships.
What to do?
Real commitments?
EFL is taught in private schools. EFL in public schools is rarely taught or as an optional program. English is mostly learned in private language institutes.
Other languages and dialects taught in bilingual schools are Aimara (Moquegua, Puno, Tacna), Asháninka (Ayacucho, Cusco, Junín, Loreto, Pasco, Ucayali), Awajún (Amazonas, Cajamarca, Loreto, San Martín, Ucayali), Matsigenka (Ayacucho and Cusco), Shipibo (Huánuco, Lima, Loreto, Madre de Dios, Ucayali), Bora (Loreto), among others.
More than 52 languages and dialects in these schools.
Bilingual schools are administered by the Ministry of Education.
Bilingual schools have to strongly deal with social and economic issues and even religious and health issues and work opportunities.
More than 18,000 bilingual schools.
More than 13,500 schools are Quechua
SOURCES: Ministry of Education of Peru
SOURCES: Ministry of Education of Peru
Source: Ministry of Education of Peru
US$ 35 million
US$ 1.7 billion
US$ 161 million
US$ 2 million
US$ 807 million
US$ 15 million
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