By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Since being implemented in 2014, Brazil’s National Education Plan (PNE) has reached only six of the thirty goals for 2017, according to the Observatorio PNE (PNE Observatory). The organization, formed by 24 educational entities, says that lack of focus led only twenty percent of the total goals to be implemented.
“The plan does not put the goals and the strategies in an order so that we can get it really done and fulfilled. Some goals are bottlenecks for others,” stated Todos Pela Educação president, Priscila Cruz, in the . . .