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The Resource Education in South America, edited by Simon Schwartzman, (electronic resource)

Education in South America, edited by Simon Schwartzman, (electronic resource)

Label
Education in South America
Title
Education in South America
Statement of responsibility
edited by Simon Schwartzman
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
  • "Education in South America is a critical reference guide to development of education in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela. The chapters, written by local experts, provide an overview of the education system in each country, focusing particularly on policies and implementation of reforms. Key themes include quality and access, multicultural education and the management of education systems. Including a comparative introduction to the issues facing education in the region as a whole and guides to available online datasets, this book is an essential reference for researchers, scholars, international agencies and policy-makers"--
  • "Education in South America is a critical reference guide to development of education in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela. The chapters, written by local experts, provide an overview of the education system in each country, focusing particularly on policies and implementation of reforms. Key themes include quality and access, multicultural education and the management of education systems. Including a comparative introduction to the issues facing education in the region as a whole and guides to available online datasets, this book is an essential reference for researchers, scholars, international agencies and policy-makers"--
Assigning source
  • Provided by publisher
  • Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
370.98
LC call number
LA541
LC item number
.E3255 2015
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1939-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Schwartzman, Simon
Series statement
Education around the world
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Education
  • Comparative education
  • EDUCATION / Comparative
  • EDUCATION / Reference
Label
Education in South America, edited by Simon Schwartzman, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: -- Series Editor's Preface, Colin Brock (University of Durham, UK) -- Introduction: Regional Overview, Simon Schwartzman (Institute for Studies on Labor and Society, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) -- 1. Argentina: Public Policies in Education Since 2001, Juan Carlos Tedesco (National University of San Martín, Argentina) -- 2. Argentina: Rethinking Government Models of Education, Silvine Gvirtz, Angela Oria and Esteban Torre (Equality Connect ,Conectar Igualdad, Buenos Aires, Argentina) -- 3. Bolivia: Perspectives and Challenges for Multicultural Education, Fabricia de Andrade Ramos and Mauricio Blanco Cossio (AFortiori Institute, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) -- 4. Brazil: Role of States and Municipalities in the Implementation of Education Policies, Maria Helena Guimares de Castro (State Foundation for Data Analysis [SEADE], So Paulo, Brazil) -- 5. Brazil: Curriculum of Basic Education, Guiomar Namo de Mello (State Board of Education, So Paulo, Brazil) -- 6. Brazil: Why José Can't Read, Joo Batista Araújo e Oliveira (Alfa e Beto Institute, Brazil) -- 7. Brazil: Costs and Economic Benefits of Education, Fernando Veloso and Fernando de Holanda Barbosa Filho (Brazilian Institute of Economics, Getúlio Vargas Foundation, Brazil) -- 8. Chile: The Evolution of Educational Policy, 1980-2014, Christián Bellei and Xavier Vanni (University of Chile, Santiago) -- 9. Chile: Effectiveness of Teacher Education, Beatrice Ávalos (University of Chile, Santiago) -- 10. Chile: The Quality of For-profit Schooling. Gregory Elacqua (Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago, Chile) -- 11. Colombia: Upper Secondary Education Reform. Martha Laverne Toscano (Formerly Senior Education Specialist at the World Bank) -- 12. Colombia: Public-Private Partnership to Support Decentralized Education, Santiago Isaza (Luker Foundation, Manizales, Colombia) -- 13. Colombia: Comprehensive Care for Early Childhood, Marina Camargo Abello (La Sabana University, Bogotá, Colombia) -- 14. Ecuador: Collaboration Around the Ten-Year Education Plan, Orazio Bellettini, Adriana Arellano and Wendy Espín, Grupo FARO, Quito, Ecuador -- 15. Ecuador: Attempting a Radical Educational Transformation. 2007-2014, Pablo Cevallos Estarellas and Daniela Bramwell (San Francisco de Quito University, Ecuador) -- 16. Paraguay: An Overview, Cynthia Brizuela (National University of Pilar, Paraguay) -- 17. Peru: Socioeconomic Conditions on Student Achievement, Santiago Cueto, Juan León and Alejandra Miranda (Group for Analysis and Development [GRADE], Lima, Peru) -- 18. Uruguay: Incentives and Teacher Evaluation, Denise Valliant (University ORT, Montevideo, Uruguay) -- 19. Venezuela: Political and Institutional Transition, 1999-2014, Mabel Mundó (Central University of Venezuela, Caracas) -- Index
  • Machine generated contents note: -- Series Editor's Preface, Colin Brock (University of Durham, UK) -- Introduction: Regional Overview, Simon Schwartzman (Institute for Studies on Labor and Society, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) -- 1. Argentina: Public Policies in Education Since 2001, Juan Carlos Tedesco (National University of San Martín, Argentina) -- 2. Argentina: Rethinking Government Models of Education, Silvine Gvirtz, Angela Oria and Esteban Torre (Equality Connect ,Conectar Igualdad, Buenos Aires, Argentina) -- 3. Bolivia: Perspectives and Challenges for Multicultural Education, Fabricia de Andrade Ramos and Mauricio Blanco Cossio (AFortiori Institute, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) -- 4. Brazil: Role of States and Municipalities in the Implementation of Education Policies, Maria Helena Guimares de Castro (State Foundation for Data Analysis [SEADE], So Paulo, Brazil) -- 5. Brazil: Curriculum of Basic Education, Guiomar Namo de Mello (State Board of Education, So Paulo, Brazil) -- 6. Brazil: Why José Can't Read, Joo Batista Araújo e Oliveira (Alfa e Beto Institute, Brazil) -- 7. Brazil: Costs and Economic Benefits of Education, Fernando Veloso and Fernando de Holanda Barbosa Filho (Brazilian Institute of Economics, Getúlio Vargas Foundation, Brazil) -- 8. Chile: The Evolution of Educational Policy, 1980-2014, Christián Bellei and Xavier Vanni (University of Chile, Santiago) -- 9. Chile: Effectiveness of Teacher Education, Beatrice Ávalos (University of Chile, Santiago) -- 10. Chile: The Quality of For-profit Schooling. Gregory Elacqua (Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago, Chile) -- 11. Colombia: Upper Secondary Education Reform. Martha Laverne Toscano (Formerly Senior Education Specialist at the World Bank) -- 12. Colombia: Public-Private Partnership to Support Decentralized Education, Santiago Isaza (Luker Foundation, Manizales, Colombia) -- 13. Colombia: Comprehensive Care for Early Childhood, Marina Camargo Abello (La Sabana University, Bogotá, Colombia) -- 14. Ecuador: Collaboration Around the Ten-Year Education Plan, Orazio Bellettini, Adriana Arellano and Wendy Espín, Grupo FARO, Quito, Ecuador -- 15. Ecuador: Attempting a Radical Educational Transformation. 2007-2014, Pablo Cevallos Estarellas and Daniela Bramwell (San Francisco de Quito University, Ecuador) -- 16. Paraguay: An Overview, Cynthia Brizuela (National University of Pilar, Paraguay) -- 17. Peru: Socioeconomic Conditions on Student Achievement, Santiago Cueto, Juan León and Alejandra Miranda (Group for Analysis and Development [GRADE], Lima, Peru) -- 18. Uruguay: Incentives and Teacher Evaluation, Denise Valliant (University ORT, Montevideo, Uruguay) -- 19. Venezuela: Political and Institutional Transition, 1999-2014, Mabel Mundó (Central University of Venezuela, Caracas) -- Index
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001497548
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781472592460
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2015004234
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0001497548
Label
Education in South America, edited by Simon Schwartzman, (electronic resource)
Publication
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: -- Series Editor's Preface, Colin Brock (University of Durham, UK) -- Introduction: Regional Overview, Simon Schwartzman (Institute for Studies on Labor and Society, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) -- 1. Argentina: Public Policies in Education Since 2001, Juan Carlos Tedesco (National University of San Martín, Argentina) -- 2. Argentina: Rethinking Government Models of Education, Silvine Gvirtz, Angela Oria and Esteban Torre (Equality Connect ,Conectar Igualdad, Buenos Aires, Argentina) -- 3. Bolivia: Perspectives and Challenges for Multicultural Education, Fabricia de Andrade Ramos and Mauricio Blanco Cossio (AFortiori Institute, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) -- 4. Brazil: Role of States and Municipalities in the Implementation of Education Policies, Maria Helena Guimares de Castro (State Foundation for Data Analysis [SEADE], So Paulo, Brazil) -- 5. Brazil: Curriculum of Basic Education, Guiomar Namo de Mello (State Board of Education, So Paulo, Brazil) -- 6. Brazil: Why José Can't Read, Joo Batista Araújo e Oliveira (Alfa e Beto Institute, Brazil) -- 7. Brazil: Costs and Economic Benefits of Education, Fernando Veloso and Fernando de Holanda Barbosa Filho (Brazilian Institute of Economics, Getúlio Vargas Foundation, Brazil) -- 8. Chile: The Evolution of Educational Policy, 1980-2014, Christián Bellei and Xavier Vanni (University of Chile, Santiago) -- 9. Chile: Effectiveness of Teacher Education, Beatrice Ávalos (University of Chile, Santiago) -- 10. Chile: The Quality of For-profit Schooling. Gregory Elacqua (Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago, Chile) -- 11. Colombia: Upper Secondary Education Reform. Martha Laverne Toscano (Formerly Senior Education Specialist at the World Bank) -- 12. Colombia: Public-Private Partnership to Support Decentralized Education, Santiago Isaza (Luker Foundation, Manizales, Colombia) -- 13. Colombia: Comprehensive Care for Early Childhood, Marina Camargo Abello (La Sabana University, Bogotá, Colombia) -- 14. Ecuador: Collaboration Around the Ten-Year Education Plan, Orazio Bellettini, Adriana Arellano and Wendy Espín, Grupo FARO, Quito, Ecuador -- 15. Ecuador: Attempting a Radical Educational Transformation. 2007-2014, Pablo Cevallos Estarellas and Daniela Bramwell (San Francisco de Quito University, Ecuador) -- 16. Paraguay: An Overview, Cynthia Brizuela (National University of Pilar, Paraguay) -- 17. Peru: Socioeconomic Conditions on Student Achievement, Santiago Cueto, Juan León and Alejandra Miranda (Group for Analysis and Development [GRADE], Lima, Peru) -- 18. Uruguay: Incentives and Teacher Evaluation, Denise Valliant (University ORT, Montevideo, Uruguay) -- 19. Venezuela: Political and Institutional Transition, 1999-2014, Mabel Mundó (Central University of Venezuela, Caracas) -- Index
  • Machine generated contents note: -- Series Editor's Preface, Colin Brock (University of Durham, UK) -- Introduction: Regional Overview, Simon Schwartzman (Institute for Studies on Labor and Society, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) -- 1. Argentina: Public Policies in Education Since 2001, Juan Carlos Tedesco (National University of San Martín, Argentina) -- 2. Argentina: Rethinking Government Models of Education, Silvine Gvirtz, Angela Oria and Esteban Torre (Equality Connect ,Conectar Igualdad, Buenos Aires, Argentina) -- 3. Bolivia: Perspectives and Challenges for Multicultural Education, Fabricia de Andrade Ramos and Mauricio Blanco Cossio (AFortiori Institute, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) -- 4. Brazil: Role of States and Municipalities in the Implementation of Education Policies, Maria Helena Guimares de Castro (State Foundation for Data Analysis [SEADE], So Paulo, Brazil) -- 5. Brazil: Curriculum of Basic Education, Guiomar Namo de Mello (State Board of Education, So Paulo, Brazil) -- 6. Brazil: Why José Can't Read, Joo Batista Araújo e Oliveira (Alfa e Beto Institute, Brazil) -- 7. Brazil: Costs and Economic Benefits of Education, Fernando Veloso and Fernando de Holanda Barbosa Filho (Brazilian Institute of Economics, Getúlio Vargas Foundation, Brazil) -- 8. Chile: The Evolution of Educational Policy, 1980-2014, Christián Bellei and Xavier Vanni (University of Chile, Santiago) -- 9. Chile: Effectiveness of Teacher Education, Beatrice Ávalos (University of Chile, Santiago) -- 10. Chile: The Quality of For-profit Schooling. Gregory Elacqua (Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago, Chile) -- 11. Colombia: Upper Secondary Education Reform. Martha Laverne Toscano (Formerly Senior Education Specialist at the World Bank) -- 12. Colombia: Public-Private Partnership to Support Decentralized Education, Santiago Isaza (Luker Foundation, Manizales, Colombia) -- 13. Colombia: Comprehensive Care for Early Childhood, Marina Camargo Abello (La Sabana University, Bogotá, Colombia) -- 14. Ecuador: Collaboration Around the Ten-Year Education Plan, Orazio Bellettini, Adriana Arellano and Wendy Espín, Grupo FARO, Quito, Ecuador -- 15. Ecuador: Attempting a Radical Educational Transformation. 2007-2014, Pablo Cevallos Estarellas and Daniela Bramwell (San Francisco de Quito University, Ecuador) -- 16. Paraguay: An Overview, Cynthia Brizuela (National University of Pilar, Paraguay) -- 17. Peru: Socioeconomic Conditions on Student Achievement, Santiago Cueto, Juan León and Alejandra Miranda (Group for Analysis and Development [GRADE], Lima, Peru) -- 18. Uruguay: Incentives and Teacher Evaluation, Denise Valliant (University ORT, Montevideo, Uruguay) -- 19. Venezuela: Political and Institutional Transition, 1999-2014, Mabel Mundó (Central University of Venezuela, Caracas) -- Index
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001497548
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781472592460
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2015004234
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0001497548

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