Should Chile reform its university entrance process?

01/4/2012 | Santiago Times (Chile), The

There is a growing achievement gap between Chile's public-school students and their peers in private school, according to the recently released results of university entrance exams. The results have intensified support for a fairer university entrance process in the country. Currently, a single exam -- given to high-school seniors -- determines university admittance.

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