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Conditionalities, School Performance and Progression of Bolsa Família Programme Recipients

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  • Flavio Cireno

    () (Ministry of Social Development and Fight against Hunger, Brazil)

  • Joana Silva

    () (World Bank)

  • Rafael Proença

    () (World Bank)

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Cireno et al. (2013) compare the school performance and progression of recipients and non-recipients of the Programa Bolsa Família (PBF) using administrative data obtained from the Ministry of Education (MEC), specifically the Sistema Presença, which monitors the school attendance of PBF recipients, and the Prova Brasil (results of individual pupils from the 5th to 9th years). This information is cross-referenced to administrative data from the Single Registry of the Ministry of Social Development and Fight against Hunger (MDS). Based on this data set, we analysed data on PBF recipients and non-recipients and assessed how it relates to performance in the Prova Brasil, failure rates, school drop-out rates and age-grade distortion rates.

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  • Flavio Cireno & Joana Silva & Rafael Proença, 2013. "Conditionalities, School Performance and Progression of Bolsa Família Programme Recipients," One Pager 241, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
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