Los determinantes sociales en la educación: retos del sistema educativo de Puerto Rico
Portada del vol.50, 2019
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education and poverty
alternative education educación y pobreza
educación alternativa

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Helvia Quintero, A. (2019). Los determinantes sociales en la educación: retos del sistema educativo de Puerto Rico. Revista De Administración Pública, 50(1), 35-50. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.upr.edu/index.php/ap/article/view/19254

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En este ensayo se analizan los factores que inciden en el bajo aprovechamiento educativo que caracteriza a un gran número de estudiantes provenientes de la pobreza urbana en Puerto Rico. Así mismo, se identifican las prácticas de la educación alternativa que, por sus características, pueden ser efectivas en contextos escolares de pobreza, particularmente urbana y se argumenta su aplicabilidad.

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