By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – The targets scheduled be met in Brazil’s ten-year National Education Plan (PNE) by June 24th are unlikely to be achieved, due to lack of revenues, according to entities that work with education. Representatives of Brazil’s largest education entities, at hand in Brasilia on Tuesday to discuss the second year of the ten-year plan, stated that the overall budget restrictions expected for the country as a whole is likely to hinder Brazil’s public education system.
"In fact, the situation is worse than last year. In 2015 . . .