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What is Education? Is the process by which humans learn different items related to them. Through Education, is that we know how to act and behave in society.
It is a process of man's socialization in order to be inserted effectively in it. Without education, our behavior, it would not be far off to a wild animal. Education is imparted to us, since childhood. Already in infancy, children begins to create social links with those around them. The man, is constantly in a process of education. The man is like a sponge, which is holding information, with which it interacts with everything.
In Peru schooling is regarded as the sine qua non of progress and the key to personal advancement. In 1988 there were over 27,600 primary schools in Peru, one for virtually every hamlet with over 200 persons throughout the country. It is no exaggeration to say that the presence of a village school and teacher is considered by the poor as the most important first step on the road to "progress" out of poverty and a state of disrespect, if not for themselves, for their children. Because of the historical ethnic and racial discrimination against native peoples, the village school became the instrument and method by which one could learn Spanish, the most important step toward reducing one's "visibility" as an identifiable object of denigration and being able to gain mobility out of the native American caste. The primary school also has provided the means to become a recognized citizen because the exercise of citizenship and access to state services require (in fact, if not officially) a basic ability to use written and spoken Spanish. Thus, the spread of primary schools owed much to the deep desire on the part of the native and rural poor to disassociate themselves from the symbols of denigration.Read More Here...
As the Peruvian society and infrastructure develops, the demand for highly skilled workers is on a rise in a world where more and more companies have to compete in the international marketplace thanks to the advances in communication and technology.
Since the mid-90’s, a plan to address this menacing issue has already been established by the Peruvian government with the increase in education spending, in both urban and rural areas, that covers the creation of more primary and secondary schools and, most recently, an increase in the quality of their teachers by means of a proficiency exam (2). Although the education spending still remains below the regional average, the growing young population has now more schools and options to choose from resulting in an increase of undergraduate and graduate student enrollment since the program was initiated.
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