One-fifth of Mexican students attend TV junior high

10/21/2004 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Mexico's telesecondaries, special schools offering 15-minute lessons in six subjects a day over satellite TV, are booming. Although many other countries are studying the innovative program, whose per-pupil costs run roughly half those of traditional schools, research indicates telesecondary students lag far behind their peers on achievement tests.

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