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Desempeño de los centros educativos: ¿un problema de recursos o capacidades organizativas?

  • Claudio Thieme

    ()

    (Universidad Diego Portales)

  • Diego Prior

    ()

    (Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona)

  • Víctor Giménez

    ()

    (Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona)

  • Emili Tortosa-Ausina

    ()

    (Universidad Jaume I)

Este estudio cuantifica los requerimientos de mejora de gestión y de dotación de recursos y capacidades que debieran experimentar los centros educativos en Chile para alcanzar niveles óptimos de desempeño. Para ello conjuga el conocimiento proveniente desde el campo de la eficiencia técnica, la eficacia escolar y la teoría de recursos y capacidades. Se concluye que la mejora de resultados, producto de un incremento en la dotación de recursos, es mayor que las mejoras de resultados de logro académico alcanzables por mejoras en la eficiencia. En particular, este aumento en la dotación de recursos en el medio plazo debiera ser, en promedio, mayor en infraestructura y equipamiento; alcanzando un mayor rendimiento en caso de focalizarse en las escuelas con un entorno social más desfavorecido.

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Volume (Year): 199 (2011)
Issue (Month): 4 (December)
Pages: 81-118

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