In Brazil there is a computer for 10 students, the worst average in 79 countries
While the average in rich countries is 1 computer per student, in Brazil there are 10 students per equipment, reveals the OECD
Alongside Kosovo and Morocco, Brazil has schools with the worst proportion of computers per student among the 79 countries and territories evaluated by the last Pisa.
While the average in rich countries is about one computer per student, in Brazil there are ten students per equipment. The OECD (Organization Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) report, released on Tuesday (28), indicates a correlation between the amount of equipment and the performance of students at Pisa.
The exam is the most recognized international instrument for evaluating basic education, with tests applied to 15-year-old students. The report “Effective Policies, Successful Schools” compares information on the school offer among participants in the latest edition of Pisa, 2018.
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