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L'éducation au service de la mobilité sociale ascendante en Amérique latine

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  • Christian Daude

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o Les revenus sont très inégalement répartis en Amérique latine, de même que les possibilités de mobilité sociale ascendante. o Le développement de la petite enfance est un puissant mécanisme égalisateur du champs social. o Une éducation secondaire plus généralisée et de meilleure qualité est un élément clé. Les réformes devront s'appuyer sur une meilleure administration des écoles qui associe flexibilité et transparence à un système moderne d'évaluation et d'incitations pour les gestionnaires d'établissements scolaires et les enseignants.

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  • Christian Daude, 2010. "L'éducation au service de la mobilité sociale ascendante en Amérique latine," Centre de développement de l'OCDE - Repères 92, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:devaae:92-fr
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