BRAZIL, CANADA AND CHINA: A CROSS-COMPARE STUDY OF ITS EDUCATIONAL INDICATORS - Brasil, Canadá E China: Um Estudo Comparativo De Seus Indicadores Educacionais

Danilo de Melo Costa

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In a globalized world, nations need to follow the development and performance of their peers. Therefore, the study aims to analyze the educatonal indicators in Brazil, Canada and China with the goal to identify the behavior of these indicators as a way to signal benchmarking and learning opportunities. For that, a descriptive quantitative research was performed, through the collection of documentary and bibliographic data from databases worldwide. In order to understand the performance of the educational indicators from the countries, a comparative analysis by regression models via log-linear Quasi-Likelihood method was carried out. The goal was to understand the performance of each indicators in their countries in order to understand their behavior in the 2003-2012 period. The conclusions showed that Canada is a country that has already achieved a high level of development, including its higher education, and that can be considered a reference for other nations seeking to achieve similar progress as Brazil and China itself. In addition, China, a member of BRICS, which is a pair of Brazil, has been able to achieve satisfactory results in the indicators that guide higher education, which highlighted the advantages of conducting a benchmarking of their actions and policies.

http://dx.doi.org/10.21714/1679-18272018v16n1.p1-15


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