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Una Educación para el Siglo XXI. El caso argentino y otras experiencias internacionales

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Durante la década del '90 se llevaron a cabo reformas en el sistema educativo que se iniciaron con la transferencia de los servicios de educación media y superior no universitaria a las provincias, la promulgación de la Ley Federal de educación y de la Ley de educación Superior. Sin embargo, los resultados educativos no satisfacen; esta preocupación que despierta la educación en nuestro país desde distintas posiciones de análisis, pero fundamentalmente desde la perspectiva de los resultados que se obtienen y de las políticas seguidas para la prestación del servicio, nos han llevado a realizar un análisis de la educación contemplando los principales aspectos que incluye la complejidad del tema.

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This book is provided by FIEL in its series Books at FIEL with number 1000 and published in 2000.

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Edition: 1
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