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Towards a State of the Art of Adult and Youth Education in Latin America and the Caribbean: Regional Latin American Report for the CONFINTEA Mid-Term Review Conference, Bangkok, September 2003

  • September 2003

Youth and adult education (Educación de Personas Jóvenes y Adultas – EPJA) is frequently given a low priority on governmental agendas, which are sometimes forced to prioritize scarce resources and thus limit their areas of action to the standard education system. Nonetheless, increasing efforts are being made to provide educational opportunities to those who, earlier on in their lives, were unable to integrate successfully into the education system, and these efforts are being spearheaded not only by ministries of education, but also by a variety of institutions who have long been active in the field of youth and adult education.

Download: La Educación de jóvenes y adultos en América Latina y el Caribe: hacia un estado del arte; informe regional de América Latina y el Caribe para la Conferencia de Seguimiento a CONFINTEA V, Bangkok, septiembre de 2003 (Towards a State of the Art of Adult and Youth Education in Latin America and the Caribbean: Regional Latin American Report for the CONFINTEA Mid-Term Review Conference, Bangkok, September 2003) (PDF 1.56 MB)

  • Author/Editor: UIE
  • Towards a State of the Art of Adult and Youth Education in Latin America and the Caribbean: Regional Latin American Report for the CONFINTEA Mid-Term Review Conference, Bangkok, September 2003
  • UIE; UNESCO Office Santiago; Regional Bureau for Education in Latin America; the Caribbean - 2003