Watch the fourth joint report by AQ and Efecto Naím, which analyzes the relationship between race and education in Brazil.
Brazil is a diverse country and an unequal one. That inequality begins in the school. Afro-Brazilian students attend consistently inferior schools in terms of infrastructure and security than their Caucasian-Brazilian counterparts. The same students underperform in national tests relative to their Caucasian-Brazilian fellow students.
This report looks inside Brazil’s education system and examines the intersection of racial and socio-economic factors such as the access to quality schools that have sustained this inequality. The report also explores what policymakers can do to improve the prospects for social mobility in Brazil.
Efecto Naím is a weekly television news program broadcast by NTN24 and hosted by international news commentator Moisés Naím, offers a unique insight into how our world is changing. The show airs Sunday evenings on channels in the U.S., Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela.
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