ERIC Number: ED040613
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969-May
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O Programa-Educacao na Administracao Federal Indireta 1968 (Federally-Administered Indirect Aid to Education [in Brazil] 1968).
Da Silva Pires, Hindenburg
As part of Brazil's over-all reform of its educational system, the government's Department of Planning and Coordination, Economic and Social Welfare Bureau, published this report of the indirect grants given to national educational programs by private funds. There are 31 groups represented as contributors including professional and trade associations, institutes, foundations, banks, service organizations, state and municipal agencies, and transportation authorities. The highlight of the report is a breakdown of the contributions by group name; type of educational programs sponsored; technical assistance offered; and percentage of aid given to the elementary, secondary, and higher education levels. Educational benefits to staff members of the various groups in the way of training and cultural enrichment courses, seminars, and grants for foreign and domestic study are enumerated in statistical and descriptive detail. Emphasis is on the training of individuals working in vital industries in certain depressed geographical areas of Brazil. Charts show actual costs spent by each group for the various programs. (DS)
Descriptors: Community Organizations, Educational Benefits, Educational Change, Educational Development, Educational Finance, Educational Planning, Educational Programs, Elementary Schools, Federal Programs, Financial Support, Foundation Programs, Grants, Higher Education, International Education, Private Agencies, Private Financial Support, Public Agencies, Student Educational Objectives
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Sponsor: Ministry of Planning and General Coordination, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).
Authoring Institution: National Center on Human Resources, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).
Identifiers - Location: Brazil