Educación privada de ‘bajo coste’ en el Perú: un enfoque desde la calidad

by Clara Fontdevila, Paola Marius, María Balarin & María Fernanda Rodríguez (2018)

The study examines issues associated with the proliferation of ‘low-fee’ private schools in Peru. Their growth has coincided with a lack of provision of public education in disadvantaged communities and a significant rise in the relative numbers of non-state education providers as well as the share of private education enrolment over the last two decades.

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