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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Homogeneity And Heterogeneity: A Comparative Study Of Educational Reform In The Decade Of The 1990s In Argentina, Brazil, Chile And Mexico [homogeneidad Y Heterogeneidad: Un Estudio Comparativo Sobre La Reforma Educativa De La Década Del 90 En Argentina, Brasil, Chile Y México]|
|Abstract:||A compartive study of the impacts of educational reforms in the decade of the 1990s, in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico, base on the análisis od academic production. One hundred and eighty-six (186) publications were analyzed distributed in the following manner: Argentina 45, Brazil 62, Chile 36, and Mexico 43. The study focused the reconfiguration of the administration of education from the perspectiva of the new logia of social regulation and the new role of the State and reveals the relationship between social and educational changes and the historicity of each one of those countries. Apparent are those aspects that evidence the homogeneity of educational reforms in the region and the national specificities that infere in its realization. It is evident that the historicity that characterizes the educational reality in those countries underwent in Mexico a "conservative break", in Chile a "conservative continuation", in Brazil "a conservative renovation", and in Argentina "an interrupted break".|
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