Nowadays, there is an increasing trend in Latin America, concerning children and teenagers, consisting on a raise in the amount of repeating students which implies that the average age also elevates. The government, in terms of education, compromises through important efforts to commit the students, employing innovative measures. As a consequence of these creative policies, the traditional educational system was questioned.
Some experiences related to the acceleration in the learning process in order to reintegrate the repeating student in El Salvador, Bogotá and Buenos Aires city, provide a background to tackle this problematic issue. Through these measures analysis, two complementary options arise. On the one hand, it provides the necessary data concerning the programs used to reinsert children and teenagers into the scholar system; simultaneously, it induces to the reconsideration of certain aspects of the scholar structure in order to avoid the continuance of this situation.