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Condicionalidades, Desempenho e Percurso Escolar de Beneficiários do Programa Bolsa Família


  • Flavio Cireno

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

  • Joana Silva

    () (World Bank)

  • Rafael Proença

    () (World Bank)


Cireno et al. (2013) compara o desempenho e o percurso escolar de beneficiários e não beneficiários do Programa Bolsa Família (PBF), usando dados administrativos do Ministério da Educação (MEC) do Sistema Presença, que monitora a frequência escolar de beneficiários do Bolsa Família, e da Prova Brasil (resultados por estudante do 5º e 9º anos), cruzados com dados administrativos do Ministério do Desenvolvimento Social e Combate à Fome (MDS) extraídos do Cadastro Único para Programas Sociais do Governo Federal (Cadastro Único). A partir desse cruzamento, foi analisada a associação entre ser ou não beneficiário do Programa Bolsa Família, o desempenho na Prova Brasil, a reprovação, o abandono escolar e a distorção idade?série.

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  • Flavio Cireno & Joana Silva & Rafael Proença, 2013. "Condicionalidades, Desempenho e Percurso Escolar de Beneficiários do Programa Bolsa Família," One Pager Portuguese 241, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipc:opport:241

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