Brazil - Male 3rd grade students by reading proficiency level . Level 2

LLECE: Male 3rd grade students by reading proficiency level (%). Level 2 in Brazil was reported at 38.31 % in 2006, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources.

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Percentage of 3rd grade male students scoring at least 461.32 but less than 552.14 on the LLECE reading scale. Students at this level can: 1) locate information in a brief text that cannot be distinguished from other conceptually similar information; 2) discriminate words with a single meaning; 3) recognize simple sentence reformulations; and 4) recognize redundancies between graphic and verbal codes. Data reflects country performance in the stated year according to LLECE reports. Consult the LLECE website for more detailed information:

Brazil | Education