Table of contents for Cuba's academic advantage : why students in Cuba do better in school / Martin Carnoy, with Amber K. Gove and Jeffrey H. Marshall.

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List of Figures vi
List of Tables vii
Acknowledgments ix
1. Context Matters 000
2. Three Educational Systems in Three Social Contexts 000
3. Understanding Why School Achievement Varies 000
4. Comparing Academic Performance in Cuba and Other Latin American Countries 
5. The Long Road from Curriculum Construction to Student Learning 000
6. Opportunity to Learn and Teaching Patterns 000
7. Lessons Learned 000
Appendix A: Production Function Estimates
of Student Achievement in Latin America, by Country 000
Appendix B: Defi nitions of Terms Used in Chapter 6 and Task Analysis Guide 
Notes 000
References 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Education, Elementary -- Cuba.
Education and state -- Cuba.
Education, Elementary -- Latin America.
Education and state.