Last edited by Mele
Friday, August 14, 2020 | History

2 edition of Socioeconomic and ethnic determinants of grade repetition in Bolivia and Guatemala found in the catalog.

Socioeconomic and ethnic determinants of grade repetition in Bolivia and Guatemala

Harry Anthony Patrinos

Socioeconomic and ethnic determinants of grade repetition in Bolivia and Guatemala

by Harry Anthony Patrinos

  • 36 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Technical Dept., Latin America and the Caribbean, World Bank in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Bolivia,
  • Guatemala
    • Subjects:
    • Grade repetition -- Social aspects -- Bolivia -- Statistics.,
    • Grade repetition -- Social aspects -- Guatemala -- Statistics.,
    • Grade repetition -- Economic aspects -- Bolivia -- Statistics.,
    • Grade repetition -- Economic aspects -- Guatemala -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Harry Anthony Patrinos and George Psacharopoulos.
      SeriesPolicy research working papers ;, WPS 1028
      ContributionsPsacharopoulos, George.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57 P63 no. 1028, LB3063 P63 no. 1028
      The Physical Object
      Pagination26 p. :
      Number of Pages26
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1468151M
      LC Control Number93129195

      Patrinos, H. A., and Psacharopoulos, G. (). Socioeconomic and Ethnic Determinants of Grade Repetition in Bolivia and Guatemala. Technical Department, Latin America and the Caribbean, Working Papers Series , The World Bank, Washington, D.C. Google Scholar. Patrinos, Harry Anthony & Psacharopoulos, George, “Socioeconomic and ethnic determinants of grade repetition in Bolivia and Guatemala,” Policy Research Working Paper Series , The .

        The increased productivity needed to break Honduras' persistent high poverty rate depends, in part, on further improvements in educational attainment. Although primary-school enrollment is near %, educational quality is poor, the drop-out rate and grade repetition remain high, and teacher and school accountability is low.   Indigenous Aymara people attended national celebrations outside Quemado Palace in La Paz, Bolivia, January (Photo: AFP) Despite being the ethnic majority, historically, the indigenous peoples of Bolivia have been subjected to severe cultural, political and economic oppression and have been denied the opportunity to represent themselves.

      population in Bolivia, percent in Brazil and percent in Guatemala.3 Ethnic and 1 In this paper, fiscal policy, fiscal interventions and taxes and transfers policy are used interchangeably. 2 These studies were produced under the Commitment to Equity -Inter American Development Bank (CEQ.   It is one of the fastest growing cities in the world and the economic and financial hub of Bolivia. The country’s population, on the other hand, is estimated to be million as of Bolivia is a multiethnic country and various ethnic groups like the Amerindians, Mestizos, Europeans, Asians, and Africans are found.


Share this book
You might also like
An introduction to stochastic processes, with special reference to methods and applications.

An introduction to stochastic processes, with special reference to methods and applications.

Nutrient and trace-element enrichment of Coeur dAlene Lake, Idaho

Nutrient and trace-element enrichment of Coeur dAlene Lake, Idaho

1883 catalogue and price list

1883 catalogue and price list

John MCoys catalogue of English and foreign books

John MCoys catalogue of English and foreign books

Kemps international music book.

Kemps international music book.

The English revolution, 1640

The English revolution, 1640

Wallace Collection catalogues

Wallace Collection catalogues

British Columbia

British Columbia

String quartet (1969).

String quartet (1969).

Summaries of leading cases on the Constitution

Summaries of leading cases on the Constitution

Socioeconomic and ethnic determinants of grade repetition in Bolivia and Guatemala by Harry Anthony Patrinos Download PDF EPUB FB2

Socioeconomic and Ethnic Determinants of Grade Repetition in Bolivia and Guatemala Harry Anthony Patrinos and George Psacharopoulos Children from less wealthy households and children of indig-enous origins are more likely to repeat a grade, so targeted interventions could be directed at the poor and could have an.

Socioeconomic and ethnic determinants of grade repetition in Bolivia and Guatemala. Washington, D.C.: Technical Dept., Latin America and the Caribbean, World Bank, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Harry Anthony Patrinos; George Psacharopoulos.

Socioeconomic and Ethnic Determinants of Grade Repetition in Bolivia and Guatemala Article (PDF Available)   December   with  61 Reads  How we measure 'reads.

After reviewing the literature on repetition (students repeating grades in schools) in developing countries, the authors examine factors related to repetition in Bolivia and Guatemala. They develop a model to estimate the incidence and determinants of repetition.

Socioeconomic and ethnic determinants of grade repetition in Bolivia and Guatemala (English) Abstract. After reviewing the literature on repetition (students repeating grades in schools) in developing countries, the authors examine factors related to repetition in Bolivia and Guatemala.

Socioeconomic and ethnic determinants of age-grade distortion in Bolivian and Guatemalan primary schools however, is urban only; therefore, late entrants may be fewer. First grade repetition has decreased over time, from % in to % in for females, and from % in to % in for males (Schiefelbein and Wolff.

Socioeconomic and ethnic determinants of age-grade distortion in Bolivian and Guatemalan primary schools. and grade repetition — in developing countries, a series of factors that relate to age-grade distortion are examined using household survey data from Bolivia and Guatemala.

A model is developed to estimate the incidence and. Ethnicity, education, and earnings in Bolivia and Guatemala Policy Research Working Paper Series, The World Bank View citations (8) Latin American women's earnings and participation in the labor force Policy Research Working Paper Series, The World Bank View citations (8) Socioeconomic and ethnic determinants of grade repetition in Bolivia and.

Socioeconomic and ethnic determinants of grade repetition in Bolivia and Guatemala: بيانات النشر: Washington-World Bank - - United States: الصفحات: 26 p.

لغة النص: اللغة الإنجليزية. Socioeconomic and ethnic determinants of grade repetition in Bolivia and Guatemala (英文) 更多显示: 年11月30日: WPS 政策研究报告: Case studies on women's employment and pay in Latin America (英文) 更多显示: 年11月30日: 出版: Ethnicity, education, and earnings in Bolivia and Guatemala (英文) 更多.

PATRINOS, Harry A. and George Psacharopoulos, "Socioeconomic and ethnic determinants of grade repetition in Bolivia and Guatemala", The World Bank, Washington, (mimeo) 19 Previous page Next page.

Socioeconomic and ethnic determinants of grade repetition in Bolivia and Guatemala (الإنجليزية) نوع الوثيقة: ورقة عمل خاصة ببحوث السياسات رقم التقرير: WPS تاريخ الوثيقة: المؤلف: Patrinos, Harry Anthony; Psacharopoulos, George. "Socioeconomic and ethnic determinants of grade repetition in Bolivia and Guatemala," Policy Research Working Paper SeriesThe World Bank.

Dewey, James & Husted, Thomas A. & Kenny, Lawrence W., Socioeconomic and ethnic determinants of age-grade distortion in Bolivian and Guatemalan primary schools grade repetition — in developing countries, a series of factors that relate to age.

economic challenges and to help in the Educational process of their children were presented. Conclusions from the literature were drawn, and the paper concludes that Parents‟ educational and socio- economic backgrounds influenced the Education of their children.

Index Terms- -economic Status, Educational Background. Patrinos, H. & Psacharopoulos, G. Socioeconomic and ethnic determinants of age-grade distortion in Bolivian and Guatemalan primary schools. International Journal of Educational Development, 16(1), 3– CrossRef Google Scholar. Gender and Ethnicity in Bolivia, Ecuador, and Guatemala Carla Canelas ySilvia Salazar December Abstract In this article, we examine the structure of gender and ethnic wage gaps, and the distribution of both, paid and unpaid work in Bolivia, Ecuador, and Guatemala.

The wage gap is assessed by quantile decomposition methods and the classical. Access Statistics for Harry Patrinos Author contact details at EconPapers. Working Paper File Downloads Abstract Views; Last month: 3 months: 12 months: Total. Grade Level The effect of social and economic circumstances on academic achievement may vary by students’ grade level (Duncan, Brooks-Gunn, & Klebenov, ; Lerner, ).

However, the results from prior studies about the effect of grade or age on the relation between SES and academic achievement are mixed.

On the one hand, Cole. Hungi and Thuku () investigate the determinants of differences in achievement among students in Kenya. They found that both individual characteristics such as age, speaking English, grade repetition, homework corrected, days absent, material, socioeconomic status and.

Book Table of Contents. Poverty, Inequality, and Human Development of Indigenous Peoples in Bolivia Presents an overview of the demographic characteristics and socioeconomic situation of indigenous peoples in Bolivia, discusses the persistent social and economic gaps between the indigenous and nonindigenous populations, and analyzes key.2.

electric iron [ ] 3. refrigerator [ ] 4. television [ ] 5. radio [ ] 6. hair dryer [ ] 7. computer [ ] 8. micro wave [ ].Patrinos, H. A. and Psacharopoulos, G. (). “Socioeconomic and Ethnic Determinants of Grade Repetition in Bolivia and Guatemala.” World Bank Policy Working Papers Washington, DC: The World Bank.

Reschovsky, A. and Imazeki, J. (). “Achieving Educational Adequacy Through School Finance Reform.” Journal of.