Brazil cannot detect and develop "gifted" young people

Brazil cannot detect and develop "gifted" young people

Brazil cannot detect and develop "gifted" young people

WHO estimates 10 million students in Brazil are super smart, but School Census recorded 15.9 thousandOption newspaperOption newspaperreproductionAccording to WHO data, about 10 million Brazilians have high skill levels, but the 2016 School Census had only 15,900 "gifted" records - and only 244 in exclusive classes.The analysis was commissioned by the MEC in 2017 to evaluate the nationwide actions of the High Skill / Gifted Activity Centers (Naah / S), public facilities under State responsibility, with financial support from the federal government.The proposal was to create a national register of these students, completed earlier this year, as well as offer training for teachers and equipment for activities.Different legislations deal with the care for these students.The most recent of these is an amendment to the 2015 National Education Guidelines and Bases Act (LDB), which includes an article requiring states, the Federal District, and municipalities to establish “guide...


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