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This kind of intervention was deemed pointeless to solve problems at primary and secondary school education.
Developed countries have known for many years that light slciedad and an increased exportation of cereals cannot possible remedy the structural problems of a nation. 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.
Finally, counterbalancing the political influence of University esyado Buenos Aires was the other ulterior motive of the transformation of higher education.
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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. Continuing with renovation, the government put forward a project for a new university education law in Congress in The bloody wars against Indians, the intervention in the territory of other countries and the upsurge of American citizens in Mexico were justified in name of Liberty and Democracy.
Last century Argentina, as many Latin American countries, initiated important reforms in their educational system1. A report from the World Bank highlighted these problems.
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No model of country or profile of future graduates profiles was outlined in the regulation. One of these was education. Besides, he considered the interference of the federal government in the evaluation process to be excessive Learn more at Author Central.
Their salaries were so low that they hadin most cases, earn a living from another job. The Educzcion reform did not have consistency mainly because, political elites did not develop a comprehensive plan to launch Argentina into a world where sophisticated technology and science were transforming society.
Help Center Find new research papers in: This strategy was extended to other areas other than economy. Breve historia desde la conquista hasta el presente Buenos Aires: In general, they were conditioned by international organizations to solve financial problems and open free commerce for educational services.
Besides, the law would allow universities to decide on their fees, their governance and the creation of new course of studies. They claimed that the educational transformation was underpinned by neo- liberal ideas. In those esgado, many professors were dismissed and were forced to go to Europe and the USA. 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.
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However the real purpose of changing the system was not clearly designed. Menem, from Justicialista Party, assumed power in during a social and economic crisis produced by hyperinflation and financial chaos. It all depended on when and where educational reforms were adopted. Its detractors favored imposing a fee on university students. Parsons, TalcottEl sistema social, Madrid: Elites, consequently, did not agree on the values and projects were necessary to educate the new generations.
With an emerging economy based on cattle rising and agriculture and with a large number of immigrants coming year by year, this country needed a certain education. The government overlooked the fact that the majority of provinces did not have enough revenue to afford increase in expenditure and it was not clear how Federal Government would distribute the surplus. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. Laicism, nationalism and faith in progress were, among others, the values instilled by education in the nineties and twenties centuries.
As educwcion was pointed out by members of Congress, the Ministry of Education was the principal agency for the organization of universities. In the first decade of the twentieth century, a revolution took place in Argentine universities when the Reform, a social movement lead by radicalism -imbedded in positivism ideas- modified higher education.
Representatives of interest groups, government and non-government organizations discussed about the education of the country.
The reasons given were, among others, that the needs of former centralization of secondary school had not allowed local governments to adapt education to regional characteristics. Consequently, many universities founded by the Church and social groups were established all over the country. Education, then, was defined as a tool of politics and revolutionary action.
Another point raised was the impossibility of the law to provide provinces with financial resources.
The state was wrong to subordinate the educational policy to fiscal needs. The results were chaotic.
On the other hand, though, there was an increase in the number of youngsters from lower classes who stayed at school longer and of students who went to university.