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Argentina records its worst performance in Unesco’s international learning assessment

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Before the pandemic, there were already severe learning deficiencies in Argentina. This is confirmed by a comparative test carried out by Unesco. Third and sixth-grade students performed below the average of Latin America and the Caribbean in four of the five subjects evaluated, reflecting the most significant drop in learning results ever recorded.

The data are alarming, especially if the complete series of the Regional Comparative and Explanatory Study (ERCE) is taken as a whole. In 2006, the first edition of the test, Argentina was above average in the four areas measured.

Six years later . . .

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