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Some years later, the reform of the Federal educational system brought about a debate about the role of the state. Although the number of students in secondary school did grow, the standards of education fell dramatically. Although, the fiilmus of Congress agreed on the need to standardize the quality danlel university education, the discussion revolved around two important issues: Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography.

Are you an author? Education was ruled by the following principles: Finally, counterbalancing the political influence of University of Buenos Aires was the other ulterior motive of the transformation of higher education.

ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. The state was wrong to subordinate the educational policy to fiscal needs.

Therefore, education was the only way an underdeveloped country such as Argentina would able to grow economically and socially. The debate esyado University Education.

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The opinion of liberalizing education and letting private and public institutions create educational alternatives to traditional education prevailed. Private institutions increased under the encouragement of educational administration officials.

Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. The discussion about the role of the state and the critics on neo-liberal reforms are based on the following arguments: Consequently, many universities founded by the Church and social groups were established all over the country.


Representatives of interest groups, government and non-government organizations discussed about the education of the country. Popularity Popularity Featured Price: Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.

Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. July 20,p. This idea sprang from the belief that the Federal Government had been a bad administrator and had misused its resources. Therefore, the law encouraged different educational project in both private and state schools.

In other words, the state changed its role from being a decisive actor in promoting public higher education to be a guardian of a very rigid and comprehensive reform. For instance, on the one hand, educational transformation in Latin American appeared to have widened up the gap between social classes. They also failed to consider how low-income students would be able to attend secondary or go to university. Students, their families, the media had a significant and decisive a role as public organizations.


All Formats Paperback Sort by: Conversely, he also concluded that the state, despite failing to meet the needs of society had become a truly interventional state as a result of the new norm.

They did not analyze whether Argentina should look up socieadd Europe and the USA as models or whether she should forge a tight regional unification. Although these measures were necessary to decentralize the huge population in the UBA, most of these regional universities were organized by academics who sympathized with peronist politicians.

When democracy was re-established inuniversities enjoyed a period estadk freedom and autonomy. 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.


Provide feedback about this page. In other words, it changed the system substantially to update the organization to a more competitive international model but it lacked a edkcacion educational policy for the educavion of Argentina.

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. When Juan Domingo Peron took office in the forties, he launched a series of policies to give the poor filmu to university.

These policies entailed the decentralization of secondary schools and stimulated private and state universities to determine education alternatives different from the existing ones.

Help Center Find new research papers in: Education legitimizes any given ideology and the political actions derived from it. However the goals for increasing the number of students in secondary school and the reorganization of higher education was effectively achieved, politicians failed to design a long-term project for the eduaccion change of the country. Low to High Price: El caso del movimiento obrero argentino Transversal Spanish Edition. Unlikely, these issues were completely disregarded by the reform.

Very few congressmen and senators stopped to wonder what kind of graduate Argentina needed. Congressmen from the opposition held contradictory views on the role of the state. Breve historia desde la conquista hasta el presente Buenos Aires: Some congressmen did notice this flaw in the law.