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Education Systems International

Country / region: Uruguay

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Argentina; Brazil; Paraguay; Uruguay; Chile; Venezuela; South America
NEIES was founded on the initiative of the countries of Mercosur (Common Market of South America) as a network of researchers in higher education. Since 2012, NEIES publishes a journal with freely accessible fulltext articles and organises workshops and similar events. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

The objectives of the Uruguayan Society of Mathematics Education (SEMUR) are the promotion of Uruguayan mathematics theacers and of activities of mathematics education in Uruguay. Also, it gathers study, discussion and proposal groups which elaborate mathematics plans and programs for all levels. Thus they develop into professionals which are capable of contribute to a serious [...]

The objectives of the Uruguayan Association of Catholic Education (AUDEC) are one the one hand the coordination and representation of catholic institutions of formal and nonformal education on their diverse levels in the national frame. On the other hand, AUDEC stimulates the integral development of persons through a socio-educative process. Furthermore, AUDEC promotes, [...]

The objectives of the National Agency for Investigation and Innovation (ANII) are the design, the organisation and the administration of planes, programs and instruments which contribute to the scientifical-technological development and to the dissemination and strengthening of innovation capacities. Furthermore, ANII fosters the communication and coordination between the [...]

The Program for the Development of Basic Sciences (PEDECIBA) was founded in October 1986 through an agreement of the ministry for education and culture and the UDELAR as well as with the active participation of the Programa de las Naciones Unidas Para el Desarrollo (PNUD). In 1995, the law for national budget established the program permanently. The central objectives of [...]

The University of the Republic of Uruguay (UDELAR) is the only public university and the most important higher education and research institution in the country. In collaboration with a large scale of institutional and social actors, it implements multiple activities oriented on the socially valuable use of knowledge as well as the dissemination of culture. The UDELAR is a [...]

The Uruguayan Federation of the Teaching Profession - Primary Education Workers (FUM-TEP) was founded in 1945 by the teacher confederation of Uruguay as well as the federation of teacher associations of Uruguay. Its objective is to represent all teachers which are actively involved in teaching, to maintain and tend to perfect the autonomous public teaching in technical, [...]

Under the categorie "Sociodemográficos" - "Enseñanza" of the homepage of the National Statistics Institute (INE) of Uruguay, there are data about education. The website offers statistics about the litteracy rate, about private and public primary education, secondary education, higher education as well as about technical education and accomplished studies.

The Initial and Primary Education Council (CEIP) is an organ of the National Administration of Public Education which is entrusted with the administration of initial and primary education of the country. The objective of initial education is the stimulation of social and intellectual development of children from 3-5 years. The CEIP designs an integral education which promotes [...]

The Ceibal Plan is a socio-educative initiative which wants to promote digital inclusion to close the digital gap to other countries and between the population of Uruguay in itself to achieve a better access to education and culture.

The education portal "Uruguay Educa" provides, in a broad and efficient form, an entity of pertinent, qualitative resources to the education community which correspond to the study plans of the Administración Nacional de Educación Pública (ANEP) by using the accessibility of the internet. Furthermore it serves as an access point to digital education services.

The National Federation of Professors for Secondary Education in Uruguay (FENAPES) is an association which includes 51 member institutions of the country. The management body is the association congress which gathers every two years and elects an executive committee. The federation maintains many contacts with other syndical education organisations through the Coordinadora de [...]

The objective of the Council for Training in Education (CFE) is the formation of professionals in social pedagogics. Therefore, it develops teaching-learning processes which correspond to the respective education level and supervizes the development of the plans, programs and courses which result from these processes.

The Uruguayan Children and Adolescents Institute (INAU) is the rector of policies which are destined to promote, protect and restore the rights of children and the youth. Furthermore, it fosters social integration of the youth of the INAU in cooperation with housing, work, education and health policies. Also, INAU promotes the cultural transformation through communicative [...]

Bolivia; Colombia; Ecuador; Venezuela; Peru; Brazil; Cuba; Haiti; Puerto Rico; Dominican Republic; Costa Rica; Guatemala; El Salvador; Honduras; Nicaragua; Panama; Argentina; Chile; Paraguay; Uruguay; Mexico; United States; Caribbean
The Union of Universities of Latin America and the Caribbean (UDUAL) is an international organism founded with the objective to promote the universities of the member countries. The aim is the fostering of cooperation of Latin American and Caribbean universities amongst themselves as well as with other institutions and cultural organisations as the UNESCO; the cultural [...]

Latin America; Caribbean; Argentina; Bolivia; Chile; Brazil; Colombia; Costa Rica; Cuba; Ecuador; El Salvador; Guatemala; Haiti; Honduras; Mexico; Nicaragua; Panama; Paraguay; Peru; Puerto Rico; Dominican Republic; Uruguay; Venezuela; Spain; Portugal; United States; Germany; Caribbean
The Network of Virtual Libraries of Social Sciences of Latin-America and the Caribbean (CLASCO) has the objectives to promote and to facilitate the access to research results of the member centres of CLASCO. For this purpose, CLASCO has created a virtual library which grants free access to the different contents. CLASCO was founded by the libraries of the members of the [...]

Latin America; Antigua and Barbuda; Argentina; Bahamas; Barbados; Belize; Bolivia; Brazil; Chile; Colombia; Costa Rica; Cuba; Dominica; Dominican Republic; Ecuador; El Salvador; Grenada; Guadeloupe; Guatemala; Guyana; Jamaica; Honduras; Mexico; Nicaragua; Panama; Paraguay; Peru; Puerto Rico; Saint Kitts and Nevis; Suriname; Trinidad and Tobago; Uruguay; Venezuela; France; United States; Caribbean
The website of the Latin American Network Information Center (LANIC) offers extensive link lists to institutions and websites of the primary, secondary and higher education field as well as to language courses and to scholarships. The links are arranged by country or by category.

Latin America; Argentina; Bolivia; Brazil; Colombia; Costa Rica; Cuba; Chile; Ecuador; El Salvador; Guatemala; Honduras; Mexico; Nicaragua; Panama; Paraguay; Peru; Dominican Republic; Uruguay; Venezuela; Spain
The Latin-American Network of Educational Portals (RELPE) was founded in August 2004 in an agreement of the ministers of education of 16 Latin-American countries. Those countries constitute RELPE with their respective autonomous, national, public and free portals. The principles of RELPE are that every country maintains its own portal in accordance with the education project [...]

Argentina; Brazil; Colombia; Costa Rica; Cuba; Chile; United States; Guatemala; Mexico; Panama; Puerto Rico; Peru; Dominican Republic; Uruguay; Venezuela; Caribbean
The Latin-American Committee for Educational Mathematics (CLAME) unites accredited researchers and teachers of the field of educational mathematics of Latin-America. The main objective of the association is to connect actions and shared interests with the aim to promote qualitative research and its actualization and to attain professionalization of the teachers through [...]

Yemen; Sudan; Suriname; Zambia; Swaziland; Eswatini; Zimbabwe; Sweden; Switzerland; Syria; Taiwan; Tajikistan; Tanzania; Thailand; Togo; Tonga; Trinidad and Tobago; Saint Kitts and Nevis; Saint Lucia; Saint Vincent and the Grenadines; Samoa; San Marino; Sao Tome and Principe; Tunisia; Saudi Arabia; Turkey; Senegal; Turkmenistan; Turks and Caicos Islands; Tuvalu; Serbia; Seychelles; Uganda; Sierre Leone; Ukraine; Singapore; United Arab Emirates; Slovak Republic; United Kingdom; Slovenia; Solomon Islands; United States; Somalia; Uruguay; Virgin Islands of the United States; South Africa, Republic; Uzebekistan; Vanuatu; Vatican City; Republic of Korea; Venezuela; Spain; Vietnam; Western Sahara; Sri Lanka; Caribbean
The site of the US American Directory of State Universities offers an online encyclopedia on education. The chapter "Global Education References" delivers statistical data and texts on education systems in different countries.

South America; international; Argentina; Bolivia; Brazil; Chile; Colombia; Ecuador; Guyana; Suriname; Uruguay; Venezuela; Paraguay; Peru; Latin America
This web site is a resource of the Center for Global Education. The site provides web links to colleges and universities in South America. Along with links to the home language home pages, the site also provides direct links to an English Language Home Page and the Website of the International Relations Office. Through connection to resources like the International Association [...]

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This page provides a country list with fact sheets on the Human Development Index (HDI). The index focuses on three measurable dimensions of human development: health, education and standard of living. The fact sheets are enriched by statistical comparable data on life expectancy, school enrolment, literacy, illiteracy rate, income and promotion of women and thereby allows a [...]

This department of the Education Ministry mainly has these functions: to promote the implementation of educational policy, to coordinate the entities of the administration at different levels, to collect statistical data, to enhance educational research, to organize further education courses etc.

Argentina; Brazil; Chile; Ecuador; Colombia; Mexico; Peru; Uruguay
This website shows postal and internet addresses of Waldorf schools, teacher training institutions, teacher associations and school associations.

This institution is the highest level board of educational administration in Uruguay. Links on the homepage provide information about activities and tasks of the various branches of educational administration: primary and secondary education, vocational training ( UTU) , teacher education and training (CERP and DFPD).

Egypt; Ethiopia; Algeria; Angola; Argentina; Australia; Bahamas; Bahrain; Bangladesh; Barbados; Belarus; Belgium; Belize; Benin; Bhutan; Botswana; Brazil; Bulgaria; Burkina Faso; Burundi; Chile; China; Costa Rica; Denmark; Germany; Dominican Republic; Ecuador; Eritrea; Estonia; Finland; France; Gabon; Gambia; Ghana; Guatemala; Grenada; Greece; Guinea; Guyana; Haiti; India; Indonesia; Iraq; Iran; Israel; Italy; Jamaica; Japan; Yemen; Jordan; Cambodia; Cameroon; Canada; Kazakhstan; Qatar; Kenya; Colombia; Congo; Congo, Democratic Republic of; Republic of Korea; Croatia; Cuba; Kuwait; Laos; Lesotho; Latvia; Lebanon; Libya; Lithuania; Luxemburg; Madagascar; Maldives; Malawi; Malaysia; Mali; Malta; Morocco; Mauritania; Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic; Mexico; Mongolia; Montenegro; Mozambique; Myanmar; Namibia; Nepal; New Zealand; Nicaragua; Netherlands; Niger; Nigeria; Norway; Oman; Austria; Pakistan; Paraguay; Peru; Philippines; Poland; Portugal; Rwanda; Romania; Russian Federation; Zambia; Saudi Arabia; Sweden; Switzerland; Senegal; Serbia; Zimbabwe; Slovak Republic; Slovenia; Spain; Sri Lanka; Saint Lucia; Saint Kitts and Nevis; Saint Vincent and the Grenadines; Sudan; South Africa, Republic; Suriname; Syria; Swaziland; Eswatini; Tanzania; Thailand; Togo; Trinidad and Tobago; Chad; Czech Republic; Turkey; Tunisia; Ukraine; Hungary; Uruguay; Uzebekistan; Vanuatu; Venezuela; United Arab Emirates; United Kingdom; Vietnam; Central African Republic; Cyprus; international
The International Bureau of Education der UNESCO (IBE) provides country dossiers focussed on education. They provide information on statistics (from the World Data on Education – WDE), national education reports, documents from educational policy, planning and administration, bibliographies (partly with fulltext documents) as well as links to futther resources. [Abstract: [...]

The homepage provides link lists of all educational institutions in the higher education, professional training and adult education sector (also colleges for specific professions) which accept international students. Especially, language schools are listed. Furthermore, there is a link "country resources" with general information about the country.

Argentina; Bolivia; Brazil; Chile; Colombia; Costa Rica; Mexico; Nicaragua; Panama; Peru; Uruguay; Venezuela
In this link list, the institutions and working groups of distance education are arranged according to the countries. There are also links of the categories: online courses and training programs, international resources, and journals and writings.

Latin America; Caribbean; Virgin Islands of the United States; Argentina; Barbados; Belize; Bolivia; Brazil; Chile; Costa Rica; Dominican Republic; El Salvador; Ecuador; Guadeloupe; Guatemala; Guyana; Honduras; Jamaica; Colombia; Cuba; Martinique; Mexico; Nicaragua; Panama; Paraguay; Peru; Puerto Rico; Suriname; Trinidad and Tobago; Uruguay; Venezuela; United States; France
This list provides, first, links to the higher education institutions in the countries (alphabetically arranged), followed by links to international higher education resources, international educational exchanges and to information about scholarships and grants.

The link "indice" provides full texts (pdf-files) about all levels and types of education in the country: socio-political background (policy, economy, state, administration, legislation, linguistic situation); history of education; legal basis and structure of the education system; educational administration and allocation of competencies; financing of education; initial [...]

The National Institute for Youth (INJU) is responsible for all issues concerning adolescents and promotes the integration of youth into society by means of education, vocational education, counselling, health education, information, cultural and social work and other political activities. The homepage presents links to texts from these and other areas. The link "C. de [...]

The Academical Network of Uruguay (RAU) is an association of the faculties and institutes of the National University and ov numerous other institutions of education and research. One focus is the promotion of the use of information technologies and the Internet for academic purposes. The site provides access to institutions with similar missions and to national, Latin-American [...]

The tasks of the Ministry of Education and Culture (MEC) of Uruguay are to advance the development of the Uruguayans through further training and formation on different levels and with different education programs, to increase the participation of civil society in administration, together with the local government, directors and teachers, to strengthen the autodevelopment of [...]

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