Analysis of Global Quality Indicators in the National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico

Julian Patiño, Nashielly Yarzábal Coronel, Miguel Patiño Ortiz, Tonáhtiu Arturo Ramírez Romero, Maricela Cuellar Orozco

Abstract


The public education of quality can mitigate educational differences between rich and poor families, according the report of United Nations about Human Development in 2014. The Human Development Index (HDI) is an index that measures the achievements of a country in three basic dimensions of human development: 1) A long and healthy Life, 2) Access to education and knowledge and 3) Dignified standard of life.

The same report states that primary and secondary education worldwide remains at acceptable progress but in higher education levels there are large gaps between developed countries and those it in developing.

Derived of policy national and institutional in education of Mexico, quality indicators involve various parameters within which highlighted, approval rating, the reproof rate and the desertion rate; although these rates are not the best way to measure the quality that exists in the process of educational training.

It has been observed that ethics and responsibility of all stakeholders in the education system of this level have an influence unfavorably on the values presented by the mentioned parameters.

This research attempts to find relation between educational performance and the behavior of the actors involved in the educational system; employing, a systemic methodology that allows us to evaluate the problem and contributing to the resolution of a holistically.


Keywords


Quality indicators, Educational Performance, Ethics, Responsibility.

Full Text:

PDF