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O presidente Jair Bolsonaro participa das comemorações dos 130 anos do Colégio Militar do Rio de Janeiro.

Brazil to have 108 civic-military schools implemented by 2023

Brazil’s Ministry of Education plans to install 108 schools in the so-called “civic-military” model across Brazil by 2023 under the National Commitment for Basic Education, an initiative unveiled in Brasília on Thursday (Jul. 11).

Indígenas em Rondônia  Ensino e Superior

Bolsonaro creates first university under his gov’t

President Jair Bolsonaro on Monday (Jul 8) signed a law creating the Federal University of North Tocantins (UFNT), based in Araguaína town, a detachment of a campus of the Federal University of Tocantins Foundation.

Delegação de estudantes do Colégio Pedro II mostra medalhas e certificados de participação na Asia International Mathematical Olympiad (AIMO), em Bangcoc, na Tailândia.

Brazilians spend more years studying now, study finds

The number of years Brazilians spend studying has increased. The average went from 8.9 years in 2016 to 9.3 years in 2018. Since 2016, this average has been seen to grow 0.2 a year.


Illiteracy in Brazil sinks to 6.8% in 2018

Illiteracy was reported on the wane in Brazil. Among people aged 15 or older, the rate went from 7.2 percent in 2016 to 6.8 percent in 2018. Last year, 11.3 million people could not read or write.

Gestores, professores, estudantes, terapeutas e demais interessados visitaram hoje a Escola Gesner Teixeira, estabelecimento foi premiado por oferecer Práticas Integrativas em Saúde como estratégia institucional para prevenção ao suicídio.

Brazilian public school works to prevent depression, self-injury

Sarah de Aguiar was 13 years old when she started to cut herself. She would have continued to inflict injuries on herself had she not been interrupted by her mother, Weslayne de Aguiar. After promising never to do it again, Sarah asked for help in her school.