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To help write the future: this is the goal of Portuguese Language Olympiad, a partnership between the Ministry of Education and the Itaú Social Foundation. In 2014, in its fourth edition, the Olympiad received applications from 176,000 classes of students, competing in Poems, Chronicles, Memoirs Literary and Opinion Article categories, together with 100,000 teachers from 46,000 public schools across the country.

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It won’t work. Public school students aren’t motivated." This was one of the phrases President Lula most heard when, in 2005, he decided to organize the first Public Schools Mathematics Olympiad (OBMEP).

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In the last decade, the Lula and Dilma governments created a strong policy to combat illiteracy, with the support of states and municipalities. The Literate Brazil Program provides additional resources for literacy teachers and acquisition and production of teaching materials, along with student meals and transportation. The result of these and other actions was a reduction in youth and adult illiteracy: from 11.5% in 2004 to 8.7% in 2012.

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Before the Lula government, public daycare centers for children 0-3 years of age did not receive federal funds for food programs. Lula corrected this injustice at the beginning of his administration, and overcame another in 2009, including high school students (8.3 million students in 2013) in the National School Nutrition Program (PNAE). Also in 2009, it was made mandatory to purchase 30% of school meal supplies from family farmers, strongly benefiting small local farmers and ensuring healthier food for students.

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• All public schools can have quality transportation

• Federal government’s Road to School Program drives education in Minas Gerais

 

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Created by the Lula Administration in 2007, the Road to School program takes students to where the schools are, safely and comfortably. In the first five years of the project, the Lula and Dilma administrations delivered 27,000 school buses with special specifications for transporting students.

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Enhance learning and reduce inequality. This is the goal of the More Education Program, which lengthens the school day to at least seven hours daily. There are now nearly 50,000 schools offering full-time education – 32,000 of them with Bolsa Família students, who have limited materials and family support structure to do their homework.

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• The ability to read and write at the right age is a principle of citizenship

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Ensure that all children can read and write by the age of eight. This is the goal of the National Pact for Literacy at the Right Age, introduced in November 2012 by the Dilma government. A commitment was made by the federal government, municipalities, state governments and the Federal District, accepted by all state education secretariats and more than 5,400 municipal departments. Under the pact, by the age of 8 all children must be able to read, understand and produce written text.

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