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El valor que agrega la escuela: una aproximación a la calidad de la educación en Colombia

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  • Andres Casas

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  • Luis Fernando Gamboa

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  • Luis Piñeros

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El artículo presenta nuevas formas de abordar los resultados de estudiantes y colegios en los exámenes de estado del ICFES. Incorporando las críticas recibidas por diferentes publicaciones, en donde se comparan los colegios de acuerdo al puntaje promedio obtenido por cada uno de ellos, se propone un análisis de valor agregado, el cual tiene en cuenta de manera explícita las diferencias en el contexto socioeconómico de los estudiantes y sus familias, para abordar de manera más equitativa los resultados académicos. Se muestra la bondad de esta técnica para efectos del diagnóstico y diseño de estrategias de mejoramiento tanto a nivel de los colegios como al interior de ellos, al poder explorar los resultados de cada uno de sus estudiantes. ************************************************************************ The article presents new forms to undertake the results of students and schools in the ICFES exam. Incorporating the criticisms of different publications where are compared the schools according to the score average obtained by each one of them, an analysis of aggregate value is proposed, which keeps in mind in an explicit way the differences in the socioeconomic status of the students and its families, to undertake of fairer way the academic results. The kindness of this technique for effects of the diagnosis and design of strategies of improvement is shown, so much to level of the schools as to the inside of them, to explore the results of each one of its students.

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  • Andres Casas & Luis Fernando Gamboa & Luis Piñeros, 2002. "El valor que agrega la escuela: una aproximación a la calidad de la educación en Colombia," Borradores de Investigación 002566, Universidad del Rosario.
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    2. Andrés Fernando Jola S., 2011. "Determinantes de la calidad de la educación media en Colombia: un análisis de los resultados PISA 2006 y del plan sectorial "Revolución Educativa"," Coyuntura Económica, Fedesarrollo, June.

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    Keywords

    ICFES; calidad de la eduación; tablas de desempeño; valor agregado;
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    JEL classification:

    • I21 - Health, Education, and Welfare - - Education - - - Analysis of Education
    • I28 - Health, Education, and Welfare - - Education - - - Government Policy

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