Evaluación de los programas de reescolarización en Chile: la perspectiva de los estudiantes


Educ. Pesqui.




Abstract Today we face the ongoing challenge of adapting ourselves to the demands of a changing world. In this context, education becomes crucial, especially the programs aimed at people who, for various reasons, have not completed primary and/or secondary school, considering the consequences that incomplete schooling has on these people. This study aims to investigate and compare the profiles and assessments of students who attend three reschooling programs in Chile (reintegration projects, regular, and flexible modalities), using the data produced by a survey in Santiago, Chile, with 523 people who attend one of these programs, involving twenty-three different educational institutions. The random sample was drawn by cluster sampling technique, and the sampling frame was built up from the total enrollment records provided by the National Coordination of Education for Youth and Adults of the Ministry of Education of Chile. In addition to differences observed between the students’ profiles attending the three kinds of reschooling programs, results allow to conclude that assessments and perceptions of students regarding these programs are positive, although participants in the most vulnerable groups appear to be more critical.

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