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"Un Estudio sobre el Incremento de la Segregación Escolar en Argentina"

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  • David Jaume

    (CEDLAS-UNLP-CONICET)

  • Leonardo Gasparini

    (CEDLAS-UNLP)

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El trabajo lleva a cabo un análisis empírico del nivel y evolución de la segregación escolar socioeconómica entre escuelas públicas y privadas en Argentina entre 1992 y 2010. Con ese fin se proponen dos nuevas metodologías: las curvas de segregación percentílicas y la utilización de micro descomposiciones. Los resultados obtenidos son alarmantes: la segregación se incrementó entre 30% y 100% dependiendo del índice y el nivel educativo analizado. Este aumento guarda una estrecha relación con los cambios en las características de las familias de los alumnos que asisten al nivel primario, no así en el nivel secundario.

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  • David Jaume & Leonardo Gasparini, 2013. ""Un Estudio sobre el Incremento de la Segregación Escolar en Argentina"," CEDLAS, Working Papers 0143, CEDLAS, Universidad Nacional de La Plata.
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