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Kurytiba Metropole and O Plural newspaper hold Education Plenary

"Event will help make data on the quality of public schools in the municipal network accessible"

We copied and pasted below the article written on the website of the newspaper O Plural about the event:

"What makes a public school a good school? How do you read the data on academic performance or academic qualification of teachers? Plural, through the City Life Observatory Project, is producing a new and more readable way to monitor public policies. And it wants the help of the population and specialists to transform data into readable information about municipal education.

For that, the newspaper and Kurytiba Metropole will hold on February 7 its first Education Plenary, a public meeting during which Plural will present the Observatory and will invite the participants to give their opinion and suggest ways to better present the systematized data. The meetings on education will become monthly as of March.

In May, when the rest of the project goes into production, the newspaper will hold plenary sessions on the other four themes of the project: health, mobility, and the environment. The ultimate goal is to generate pages monitoring the effects of public policies in schools, health care units, and other public facilities serving the population.

To participate, you just need to confirm your presence through the link: There are limited spots available."

How will the meeting be?

5:30 pm - 6:00 pm - Quick introduction of participants

6.00 pm - 6.30 pm - Presentation about City Life Observatory and Kurytiba Metropole

6:30 pm - 6:45 pm - Coffee break

6:45 pm - 7:20 pm - Mural of intentions

7:20 pm - 7:40 pm - Closing of the plenary session and definition of the new meeting

7.40 pm - 8:00 pm - Closing

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