"Brazil was successful at getting more children into school and at the same time, increasing the quality of their education. Between 2003 and 2012, no other country had so much progress. Investment in education also increased and progress was made in attracting the best teachers to challenging classrooms. But there is still much to do. The economic situation of the children is still a major factor in the academic success in the country."
"This [Enem] process, in my view, is more democratic and inclusive. What was observed was a self-exclusion of students from the poorest levels of society, which prevented them from even thinking about entering our university. I'm sure the unified examination increases the chances of these students significantly."
"ProUni is a federal public policy, subsidized with federal funds, voluntary membership, so it does not violate the free enterprise or a federal agreement. It is an eloquent example of public development of relevant private activities."