Brazil’s Senate has passed a law that will increase the number of underprivileged students in the country’s federal universities and technical schools. The president is expected to approve the main parts of the bill, which sets aside 50% of all places at free public universities for students who studied in state-run secondary schools. Of that 50%, half of the available openings will be given to students whose family income is less than $460 per person.
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