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Latin Education Index 2015: Bolivia wins in quality improvement

Latin Trade’s Latin Education Index 2015–which measures education quality, mean and expected schooling years, gross enrollment and literacy rates–increased by 0.26 points, to 19.27, reflecting enhancements in all countries in the region.     by David Ramirez   Argentina continues to lead Latin Trade’s index due to high standards in all categories, but principally in terms of student enrollment. The country’s gross enrollment rate is 94 percent, which means that virtually every person at schooling age is enrolled in the system. Latin America’s average in this category is 77 percent, thus underlining the Argentinean achievement.   Argentina also leads the expected […]
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