REICE 2016 - Volume 14, No 4
An Analysis of the Results of the Second and Third Regional Study Comparing and Explaining: The Argentine Case –SERCE 2006 and TERCE 2013–

This article aims to present the main findings of the comparative results of the SERCE 2006 and the TERCE 2013, organized by the Latin - American Laboratory for Assessment of Educational Quality (LLECE) of the Regional Education Office for Latin America and the Caribbean (OREALC/UNESCO, Santiago). It will focus on school performance of students in Argentina and gender perspectives in this opportunity. To do this, the distribution of Argentine students is presented, according to their levels of performance and average scores in school years and evaluated areas, in addition, to learning results achieved by students in 3rd and 6th year of Primary Education in the areas of Language, Mathematics and Science. These data are also disaggregated by gender. Exploratory study proposed in the local context, to visualize processes and tensions within a practice that requires multiple public discussions and thoughtful looks. Some analysis of public databases of UNESCO, were made. In addition, it conducted a review of the documents published by the LLECE and other authors who investigated subjects related to this article.

Key words
Educational evaluation, School performance, Gender, Public policy.
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Leones, M., Baruzzi, G., Scorzo, P., & Rivas, N. (2016). Un análisis de los resultados del Segundo y Tercer Estudio Regional Comparativo y Explicativo: el caso Argentino –SERCE 2006 y TERCE 2013–. [An analysis of the results of the Second and Third Regional Study Comparing and Explaining: The Argentine case –SERCE 2006 and TERCE 2013]. REICE. Revista Iberoamericana sobre Calidad, Eficacia y Cambio en Educación, 14(4), 135-155.