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esyado For Aristotle, Politics educacioh a practical science belonging to Philosophy. Although, the members of Congress agreed on the need to standardize the quality of university education, the discussion revolved around two important issues: The debate in Congress lacked depth. As we can see, it did not differ from philosophical point of view. The new perspective was based on the fact that the state did not play the leading role in educational politics.
One of them is the undersecretary of equity and quality. Contrary to the general idea that menemism was the realm of neo liberal ideas, it argues that the role of the state in educational matters was very significant. The tool to be used to socidad these purposes was evaluation 33 Tuition fees provoked another heated discussion.
Our feeling sociedadd that officials wanted an educational model to increase the number of students in secondary school but they did not think carefully what the contents of secondary schools sould be. 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.
The new norms, conversely, sought a dual model in which people with average and high incomes would be able to have high educational standards whereas, the rest of the 17 population would not get adequate training for the work market.
The bloody wars against Indians, the intervention in the territory of other countries and the upsurge of Dabiel citizens in Mexico were justified estafo name of Liberty and Democracy. Neither state universities nor private complied with the specifications of international organizations.
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New sociological trends reinforced this conception. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. It is possible to speak of a Marxist, Christian and Liberal weltanschauung. We can conclude that the renovation made in university education in Argentina were but an attempt to make the country adjust to an ever increasing globalized market.
There have already been very important works on new educational regulations. However the real purpose of changing the osciedad was not clearly designed. Developed countries have known for many years that light industrialization and an increased exportation of cereals cannot possible remedy the structural problems of a nation. Its importance derived from the fact eociedad its end was the Common Good which, as it incorporated the whole community, subordinated all the personal and familiar goods to it.
For Parsons, education was part of a social system which gave legitimacy to the values of society. For many representatives, the Federal State should be in charge of imposing stricter policies than 16 those of the provinces and the private sector.
Finally, counterbalancing the political influence of University of Buenos Aires was the other ulterior motive of the transformation of higher education.
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. It limited itself to making cosmetic changes of words or discussing secondary issues such as fees or autonomy. Popularity Popularity Featured Price: The aims of the law can be broken down into three.
They lacked good buildings, libraries, research and their faculty consisted mainly of free- lance teachers.
In other words, it changed the system substantially to update the organization to a more competitive international model but it lacked a strategic educational policy for the future of Argentina.
Click here to sign up. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. For instance, on the one hand, educational transformation in Latin American appeared to have widened up the gap between social classes. The discussion in Congress revolved around three main topics: The goals the government pursued were the leveling off of students and the organization of universitywhich they deemed to be a chaotic system. This idea sprang from the belief that the Federal Government had been a bad administrator and had misused its resources.
Families and social groups should participate in education.
State education would only intervene through the Federal Council of Education which was a consultative and not an executive body. Finally, without significant amendments, the law was passed on July, Some congressmen did notice this flaw in the law.
Its members would be elected by the President, the Congress and some other academic institutions. The radicals defended the autonomy of university. Because education internalized the values of society in mankind.
Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. This term meant that there were value systems intended to make certain power relations to prevail.