2009
DOI: 10.1590/s0101-41612009000400005 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract:  ResumoNeste artigo analisamos a relação entre a educação pré-primária (creche e pré-escola)

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“…For instance, Berlinski, Galiani, and Gertler (2009) show that an expansion of universal pre-primary education in Argentina improved students' outcomes later in third grade, while Felfe, Nollenberger, and Rodríguez-Planas (2015) found an improvement in reading skill at age 15 for children exposed to an expansion of public full-time childcare in Spain in the 1990s. Curi and Menezes-Filho (2009) estimated that preschool attendance in Brazil is associated with an increase of 1.5 in years of schooling and 16% in income. Carneiro and Ginja (2014) estimated that participation in the Head Start program lowers depression among adolescents and reduces engagement in criminal activities among young adults.…”
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“…For instance, Berlinski, Galiani, and Gertler (2009) show that an expansion of universal pre-primary education in Argentina improved students' outcomes later in third grade, while Felfe, Nollenberger, and Rodríguez-Planas (2015) found an improvement in reading skill at age 15 for children exposed to an expansion of public full-time childcare in Spain in the 1990s. Curi and Menezes-Filho (2009) estimated that preschool attendance in Brazil is associated with an increase of 1.5 in years of schooling and 16% in income. Carneiro and Ginja (2014) estimated that participation in the Head Start program lowers depression among adolescents and reduces engagement in criminal activities among young adults.…”
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“…De acordo com o MEC, o documento consistiu em Para Cerisara (2002), o documento foi elaborado em meio a discussões sobre a qualidade da educação infantil que ainda não estavam finalizadas. Ela considera que ainda não era o momento de lançar diretrizes curriculares, pois havia muitos questionamentos quanto ao quê, como e para quê educar nessa faixa de idade.…”
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“…O montante dispendido de recursos replica uma evolução díspare aos indicadores de desempenhos educacionais. Na busca por políticas que proporcionassem uma impulsão educacional de modo geral, muito foi investido na primeira infância, acompanhando evidências de que existem efeitos positivos ao longo da trajetória acadêmica dos alunos que cursaram creche e pré-escola (Peterson, 1988;Alexander et al, 1988;Curi e Menezes-Filho, 2009;Camilli et al, 2010).…”
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“…Os primeiros anos escolares, tem por objetivo desenvolver habilidades físicas, sociais, intelectuais e emocionas das crianças. Os resultados dos estudos em distintos países comprovaram que a educação pré-primária tem relação direta com o nível de escolaridade, proficiência escolar e salário (Grantham-McGregor et al, 2007;Feinstein et al, 1999;Curi e Menezes-Filho, 2009). Por este motivo, a meta número 1 do PNE foi expandir o acesso à educação infantil.…”
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