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They consequently created a system, which, in the long run, gave the citizenship to the children of European immigrants and leveled off classes. Education, was rather authoritarian since contents and organization were designed in the capital of the nation.
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Those who were politically or economically excluded from the elite could only receive 11 education tainted by certain ideas which supported the power of the elite. They did not consider whether Argentina should be an open country or a country which subsided both light and strategic industries. The goals the government pursued were the leveling off of students and the organization of universitywhich they deemed to be a chaotic system.
In short, this goes to prove that micro-sociological studies and field research are needed to evaluate the consequences sstado public policies in education. But they also criticized the intervention of the state in the governance of universities.
The ultimate end of systems and subsystems was equilibrium. Rather than discussing evaluation policies, governance of universities or tuition fees, a country must imagine how an education program can launch a progressive developmental policy.
Advocators of free tuition claimed the state should guarantee higher education to low-income students. Therefore, education was the only way an underdeveloped country such as Argentina would able to grow economically and socially.
Its members would be elected by the President, estad Congress and some other academic institutions. Last century Argentina, as many Latin American countries, initiated important reforms in their educational system1.
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As for the consequences of these measures for public good, the defenders of the law claimed that the changes introduced would bring about a noticeable improvement in education. Therefore, the law encouraged different educational project in both private and state schools.
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Low to High Price: They did not assess either whether Argentina should welcome immigration to its deserted regions or whether she should refuse admission to La tin American immigrants. There have already been very important works on new educational regulations. However, we argue that in following the recipes of international institutions and the current renovation in Europe, the transformation of education did not clearly define the objectives of these changes.
Although the number of students in secondary school did grow, the standards of education fell dramatically. They also stimulated the creation of new alternatives. Congressman Pellin considered that the norm was biased.
Autonomy versus intervention; free university education versus tuition fees and evaluation systems.
Out of Print–Limited Availability. Unlikely, these issues were completely disregarded by the reform.
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But the whole system was chaotic. This idea sprang from the belief that the Federal Government had been a bad administrator and had misused its resources.
This term meant that there were value systems intended to make certain power relations to prevail. It is always useful to go back to classical Greek philosophy, the principal source of Western thinking to understand some issues of political science. The modernization of education was carried out so that Argentine standards reached those of European and US standards.
It was not properly a new model proper because he thought that there was not only one way to approach the political-educational duality. In other words, the state has prevailed over social groups, in spite of the powerful influence they might exert but the state has sadly limited itself to solving minor issues instead of finding long-term solutions. Popularity Popularity Featured Price: For instance, on the one hand, educational transformation in Latin American appeared to have widened up the gap between social classes.
It could be argued that neither the government nor the society as a whole tried to reach any kind of consensus as to what kind of graduate the country required.