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CONALEP in Mexico publishes studies

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29 June, 2016

Metepec, Mexico

The National College of Technical Professional Education (CONALEP) in Mexico, UNEVOC Centre since 2015, has published a number of studies which sheds light on the situation and performance of TVET in Mexico. All reports are in Spanish.

CONALEP and the PLANEA test

The study shows the performance of CONALEP students in Mathematics and Language and Communication, compared to other subsystems of upper secondary education. The report can be found here.

Leaving school in the CONALEP system: Analysis of various factors

The analysis shows the results of a survey conducted in 2015 of CONALEP students who decide to abandon their studies. The study looks at the main causes that motivate them to take this decision. The study also includes recommendations and suggestions that help to reduce dropout rates. The report can be found here.

A similar analysis but only concerned with students in the district of Mexico City can be downloaded here

Strengthening the presence and monitoring of indigenous students on CONALEP campuses

The paper aims to provide an insight into the behaviour of indigenous population on CONALEP campuses and how they are incorporated into the CONALEP system. The report can be found here.



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