Katie Miller, Maria Jose Valencia, Daniel Herrera, Javier Soto, and Alejandro Contreras. Radio Education . Our issue. Our common theme is education. Over overarching social issue that we are attempting to solve is access to education in rural communities across Ecuador.
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Javier Soto, and Alejandro Contreras
Our common theme is education.
Over overarching social issue that we are attempting to solve is access to education in rural communities across Ecuador.
Maria Jose- Fiscal Versus Private School
Daniel- School Drop Out
Javier- Access in Rural Communities
Alejandro- Lack of Education in Rural Areas
Average length of schooling (population of 24 years and over), by gender, area and ethnic group
Source: J. Ponce 2004 based on SIISE, INEC, census of population and housing. 2001.
(add about the policies and intervention program pros/cons as well as their deficiencies)
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