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Submitted by lucia maranhao on

The author states that: "Today, more than 70 of the 100 best schools in Brazil are in Ceará" - this statement seems absolutely wrong. On what basis such a non-sense statistics was created? Was there a credible research to back such data? This article seems to be prepared by a low level professional. At every state level in Brazil, when anyone asks how they are performing, they say: we are the best. BTW, Ceara is a beautiful estate that has been infected by corruption as any other state in Brazil. Education is bad as anywhere else in Brazil. Only public workers that are fed by corruption or ignorance think Ceara is better than anywhere else in Brazil - in terms of education