By Yoshiyuki Nagata
This booklet examines matters in replacement and mainstream schooling structures. It offers not just replacement kinds of schooling dealing with genuine matters in societies but in addition felony and administrative good points of schooling. The booklet, facing problems with minority in schooling method, addresses institution improvement within the twenty first century in addition to what sort of academic group will be created within the age of globalization.
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3 4 The author has visited La Floresta School three times, and engaged in participant observation. The descriptions of the school and quoted statements by its teachers given here are based on my on-site study and interviews conducted March 12-21, 2001. La Floresta is the name of the administrative district that includes the village of Tiquipaya. 16 ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION x Social learning and practice at one-week camps (twice annually). Educational Principles x Study how to learn. x Non-directive learning.
It essentially reflects a move to emphasize cultural diversity together with decentralization, and proclaims that the authority for educational administration should be relocated down to the level (district or city) where schools actually operate. The first phase of this educational reform that extends over 15 years is the seven-year period up to 2001. Among its objectives are the following (Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deportes, Viceministerio de Educación Inicial, Primariay Secundaria 1998).
The Chaco War with Paraguay, said to have been contrived in order to resolve that resentment, ended in defeat, and a military socialist regime of mestizo officers revolting against white rule was inaugurated in 1936. This was followed by what has been termed a premature revolution bringing a revolutionary regime that was troubled by growth in population and subsistence farming, influx of peasants to the cities, chronic budget deficits, and inflation, thus leaving the political situation in considerable instability.
Alternative Education: Global Perspectives Relevant to the Asia-Pacific Region (Education in the Asia-Pacific Region: Issues, Concerns and Prospects) by Yoshiyuki Nagata