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SocioEconomic Segregation In Chile: Can Separate Schools For The Rich And The Poor Ever Be Equal?

I recently identified, in “Where Is The Teaching And Learning Of English In Chile Going? Quo Vadis?“, structural inequality as the heart and soul of Chile’s seeming inability to teach English successfully to Chilean students from poor socio-economic backgrounds. I … Continue reading

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The disadvantaged need the best teachers

David Cameron wants to bring opportunity to everyone, wherever they live, whatever their background. It’s an admirable intention, but he really needs to get on with it in our country’s schools. The geographical lottery in educational achievement means that only … Continue reading

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La Movilidad Social y la Beca Vocación de Profesor

La movilidad social http://bit.ly/dLr4FE Según la Encuesta Longitudinal Docente, desarrollada por el Centro de Microdatos de la Universidad de Chile, la profesión docente es la carrera que más ha contribuido a la movilidad social en el país. http://bit.ly/nXUYOP El 67% … Continue reading

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