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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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18% de los estudiantes evaluados logra certificar su nivel de inglés en el Simce 2012

Aumenta el número de estudiantes que logran demostrar un nivel suficiente en la comprensión de este idioma. En 2010 un 11% de los alumnos logró certificarse. Se observa una gran brecha entre los resultados de los jóvenes del grupo socioeconómico … Continue reading

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Sunday Story: Four Stories 4 You & Me

I woke up this Sunday morning with several stories I wanted to tell. The gap between theory and practice was on my mind. Another story was why I blog – revisited. Another was the anticipation of the education news of … Continue reading

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KIPP – Knowledge is Power Program – Education Success Story

Charter school excellence. What is that? Children from poor, disadvantaged backgrounds achieving college graduation, and lifetime empowerment – just like the children who come from economically advantaged backgrounds… Here is the KIPP system. Does this look like excellence? For me, … Continue reading

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