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Peru: intercultural bilingual education program for better performance in schools the case of the indigenous children of the Amazon

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  • Betty M. Alvarado

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Este estudio describe el diseño y la evaluación ex-ante de un Programa de Educación Intercultural Bilingüe en la región amazónica de Perú. Los beneficiarios son los niños que no hablan español de tres comunidades étnicas amazónicas: awarunas, ashaninkas y shipibos-conibos, quienes son una pequeña minoría; los peruanos más pobres y con menor nivel de rendimiento en comprensión de lectura y matemáticas básicas, y el nivel más bajo de la matrícula, la escuela y las tasas de transición.

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  • Betty M. Alvarado, 2013. "Peru: intercultural bilingual education program for better performance in schools the case of the indigenous children of the Amazon," Working Papers 13-13, Centro de Investigación, Universidad del Pacífico.
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