Lack of quality education worries Banco Mundial

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Peru lacks in quality public education.
A survey carried out by the World Bank demonstrates that Peru allocated in 2004 only 3.2% of its yearly
brute production to education.
Compared to
16 other countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, only Ecuador and Guatemala spend less on education than Peru.
The World
Bank has proposed a plan to improve education by fixing goals and developing
standards by taking in consideration cultural differences and ethnic diversities
to better evaluate the needs of specific regions. Once this is achieved
relationships should be developed between populations and education ministries,
to facilitate follow up of achievements.

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