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The Administration of Public Education in São Paulo

Corruption, which was a widespread problem, has been in large part eliminated from the public education system

Author: Jane Wereford | June 2002

In recent years, the public education administration has been focused on bringing children to school and offering them five hours of class a day. São Paulo, due to its large size and massive waves of immigration to the city, has been and will continue to be a particular challenge to ensure the basic necessity of classrooms for all school age children.

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