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Table 15 – Quantitative of effective Higher Education professors by Titles in 2016
Source: PROGEP – December 2016 The Faculty Qualification Index (IQCD) employed at the high education is given by:
Where D is the number of doctors, the number of masters M, and the number of specialists E and G the number of graduates, whose weights are 5, 3, 2, 1 respectively. For this calculation, we considered only effective professors.
Graph 5 - Percentage of effective Higher Education Professors by Titles in 2016 Table 16 – Quantitative of effective teachers from the Basic and Professional Education by Schooling/Titles in 2016
Source: PROGEP – December 2016 The Facult Qualification Index (IQCD) employed at the primary education is given by
Where D is the number of doctors, the number of masters M, and the number of specialists E and G the number of graduates, whose weights are 5, 3, 2, 1 respectively. For this calculation, we considered only effective teachers.
Graph 6 - Percentage of Effective Teachers from Basic Education by Schooling/Titles in 2016 Table 17 - Quantitative of temporary professors by situation and work load in 2016
Source: PROGEP – December 2016
Table 18 – Quantitative of technical-administrative personnel per class in 2016
Source: PROGEP – December 2016
Table 19 - Quantitative of technical-administrative personnel by education degree/titles in 2016
Source: PROGEP – December 2016
The Technical Administrative Qualification Index (IQCTA) is given by:
where D is the number of doctors, the number of master M, and the number of specialists E, G the number of graduates, EM number of technicians with secondary school, EF number of technicians with elementary school degree, whose weights are 5, 3, 2; 1, 0.75 and 0.5, respectively.
Graph 7 - Percentage of technical-administrative by schooling/titles in 2016 |