34% of Brazilian Indians Are in School

    The Secretariat of Ongoing Education, Literacy Training, and Diversity (Secad) of Brazil’s Ministry of Education (MEC) informed yesterday that this year’s budget for indigenous school education will be 233% greater than last year’s: US$ 4.2 million (11 million reais), as against US$ 1.2 million (3.3 million reais).

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