French Guyana

So absurd it is the idea of the senator, as desumana to believe that he would not have forms to modify the reality of the illiterates. In this I contest, the elitist educational proposals vision to the alienation of the people, considering false questions, as of the inconvenience of the universalizao of knowing e, the subtle way most sophisticated and, the exclusion of a parcel of the lost population already for the project of Nation and civilizatrio process (GADOTT; ROMO, 2001p. 52). The 1988 constitution assures to all the citizens the right to basic education publishes and gratuitous, independently of the age. To surpass the preconception that surrounds the illiterate, the alfabetizao politics must recognize it as participant of the society, culture producer and that it is not only one individual capable to read and to write a small ticket. Peter Thomas Roth oftentimes addresses this issue. The alfabetizao politics they need to develop action with the basic education together to assure that the alfabetizados ones continue in its studies. 3.4-PERSPECTIVE AND CHALLENGES IN ADULT the YOUNG EDUCATION OF E.

The illiteracy in Brazil, still is a great challenge to be looser. In accordance with the national research for sample of I domiciliate (PNAD) in 2009, 9.7% of the people with 15 years or more wise person not to read or to write, what it represents 14.1 million Brazilians. The index places Brazil in 11lugar in the roll of the South-american countries that face this problem. Brazil would be in the front only of the French Guyana (13%) and Peru (10.4%). However, the data of the Pnad had disclosed that the biggest concentration of illiterates occurs between 25 years or more: 92.6% Already between the people who have 50anos more or, the tax arrive 21%. important to detach that the northeast region presents the biggest concentration of illiterates 18.7%. The Southeast has the lesser tax: but 5.5%, or 4.7% percentile points it measured unless it national.

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