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La Educación Del Futuro, El Futuro De La Educación En México

  • José Gpe. Vargas Hernández

Este trabajo tiene como propósito hacer un análisis de la prospectiva de la educación en México bajo un horizonte del año 2020 a partir del la consideración de los principales cambios del entorno económico, político y social. Con este enfoque, se establecen como ejes del análisis: La gobernanza de la educación, la política de la educación superior, la ciencia y la tecnología, el proyecto de la institución de educación superior, ciencia y tecnología del futuro, la generación e innovación del conocimiento, la vinculación, las finanzas y la evaluación integral del proceso educativo. Finalmente se hace una prospectiva de las tareas pendientes de la educación superior en México. Se asume un análisis crítico sobre los alcances de las funciones del nuevo modelo de las IES bajo una orientación prioritaria a los requerimientos del mercado, subestimando las necesidades sociales y las del Estado mexicano.

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Volume (Year): (2008)
Issue (Month): 4 (june)
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