DOI: https://doi.org/10.7203/relieve.13.2.4204

Educación compensatoria. Efectos perdurables de la temprana implicación paterna (y III: el C.P.C)


Resumen


En este artículo, después de describir brevemente el Programa de educación compensatoria temprana (de 3 a 9 años) llamado Chicago Child-Parent Centers (CPC), se recogen y analizan los estudios de evaluación de dicho programa desde una perspectiva longitudinal –Chicago Longitudinal Study (CLS)-, centrando primeramente la atención en los problemas metodológicos y posteriormente en los resultados de dicho programa tanto a corto como sobre todo a largo plazo, hasta que los destinatarios del programa alcanzan la edad de 24 años. Los estudios prueban que el programa tiene efectos duraderos de tipo educativo (más alto rendimiento y logros educativos) y social (mayor integración social). Posteriormente se analiza a qué elementos del programa son achacables los efectos beneficiosos, que son básicamente el ser temprano y la implicación de los padres en la educación de sus hijos. Se concluye que el programa es altamente rentable, finalizando con las implicaciones educativas que del estudio derivan.

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Implicación paterna; Educación temprana; Educación compensatoria; Child-Parent Centers (CPC); Programa CPC; Estudio longitudinal; Análisis de coste-beneficio; Educación preescolar; Chicago Longitudinal Study (CLS); Educación familiar.

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