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Con más de 34 millones de estudiantes, de los cuales alrededor de 26 millones cursan la educación básica, el sistema educativo en México es numeroso y complejo: pobreza y desigualdad, variedad étnica y lingüística son algunos de los rasgos que lo caracterizan.
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This 2009 edition of Education at a Glance includes first results from TALIS, a survey on teacher practices, new analysis of the social benefits of education, new information on long-term unemployment and involuntary part-time work among young adults, and new data on the benefits of education.
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Most child well-being outcomes for Mexican children are far behind those seen in other OECD countries, according to the OECD’s first ever report on children. Mexico needs to strengthen its child policies in order to improve outcomes in the areas of child poverty, education and health and safety.
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Corrigendum on page 28, table 1.4.
Despite improved fundamentals, Mexico is hit hard by the financial crisis, being exposed to several simultaneous external shocks. A welcome, but weak, stimulus was passed for 2009, and policy will likely need to be supportive also in 2010.
While Mexico’s growth performance has gradually improved over the past decades, its convergence toward OECD countries has been slow.
Summary of Economic Surveys: Mexico
Fiscal policy is highly dependent on volatile oil income. The balanced budget rule can create a bias for spending oil revenues as they are earned, especially as transfers to the stabilization funds are limited by caps at low levels. This can potentially lead to a pro-cyclical bias in fiscal policy. Revenues have also been lower than they could have, if gasoline prices had adjusted with international prices instead of a price smoothing
The 2009 Mexico Survey covers the impact of the economic crisis and policy response; management of oil revenues; improving efficiency of health and education spending; and how to boost longer-term ec
Despite progress over the past two decades Mexico’s health and education indicators remain well below the average of the OECD and some of its Latin American emerging market peers.