List of Tables and Graphs
|1.1 Structure of Educational Systems of Argentina, Brazil,
Chile, and Mexico||7|
|2.1 A Comparison of Transmission and Transaction Models
|4.1 Characteristics of Fe y Alegría Schools||37|
|4.2 Average Number of Years of Service of Teachers
in FYA Educational Centers||38|
|5.1 Classification of Brazilian States According to the
Human Development Index||45|
|5.2 Average Annual Salaries||48|
|6.1 Internal Efficiency Percentage of Repeaters at First Level,
|7.1 Argentina, Selected Provinces. Socioeconomic and
|7.2 Seventh Grade Primary School Pupils: Percentage Who Failed
at Evaluation Tests and Percentage Who Repeated
at Least Once, by Province of Residence, School Type,
and Housing Conditions by Gender||70|
|8.1 Rates of Gross and Net Schooling in the 7- to 14-Year
Age Bracket: Brazil and Regions, 1991 and 1996||79|
|8.2 Grade/Age Distortion Rates. Primary Education, by Grade:
Brazil and Its Regions, 1996||81|
|8.3 Aggregate Promotion and Repetition Rates in
Primary Education: Brazil, 1981-1995||83|
|9.1 Chile: Estimates of the Repetition Rate for
First and Second Grades, 1970-1996||92|
|9.2 Chile: Student Enrollment by Age and Grade, 1995||94|
|10.1 Educational Levels and Average Years of School||106|
|10.2 Education Levels of the Population, 6 to 19 Years of Age||108|
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Book title: Schooling for Success:Preventing Repetition and Dropout in Latin American Primary Schools.
Contributors: Laura Randall - Editor, Joan B. Anderson - Editor.
Publisher: M. E. Sharpe.
Place of publication: Armonk, NY.
Publication year: 1999.
Page number: ix.
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