I wrote to Professor Mario Waissbluth, who has previously written for the blog, about the new turn of events in Chile.
In his previous posts on the blog, Professor Waissbluth explained that Chile’s free-market system had been an educational disaster.
In his last post, before the recent elections, he wrote:
I wrote in this blog a 3-part sequence describing the Chilean
educational system, its consequences, proposing some ways to run
away from this malignant design. Recently, Universidad de Chile
published the results of a survey on adult literacy and numeracy
skills, following the exact methodology of SIALS, the Second
International Adult Literacy Survey published in
the survey data, it is shown that 15 years ago, 45% of young people
in the segment between 15 and 24 years, i.e., the generation that
was graduating or recently graduated from high school, had no
comprehension of language and arithmetic… whatsoever…
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