Education in Argentina
7 out of 10 Argentines are critical of the country's education system.
In 2018, the Social Research Centre (CIS) UADE - Voices! carried out a new national public opinion study with the aim of evaluating different aspects of the perception of citizenship on issues related to education in our country.
Some key findings:
- Budgetary issues are perceived as the problem that most affects the quality of education in Argentina, followed by the low level of teaching programs.
- University education is better evaluated than primary and secondary education.
- Teacher strikes divide the opinions of Argentinians. A slight majority (53%) oppose them, while 43% agree with this type of measures.
- The "traditional" careers are considered as those that have the best possibilities of labor insertion in the country.