Gestión institucional, involucramiento docente y de padres de familia en escuelas públicas de México.

December 13, 2017

Desde los años sesenta las investigaciones demostraron que el estatus socioeconómico (recursos económicos, sociales y culturales) ocupaba el mayor peso explicativo en los resultados de los aprendizajes de los estudiantes (Coleman 1966; Watkins 1997). Este hallazgo impulsó el interés de los estudiosos en profundizar el conocimiento sobre esta estrecha asociación, que se ha mantenido a lo largo de los años, no obstante lo múltiples intentos realizados por revertirla.      

Adaptación académica de estudianes migrantes en contexto de frontera

November 30, 2017

El objetivo de la presente investigación es analizar las características asumidas por el proceso de adaptación académica de los estudiantes migrantes incorporados a la educación básica y media de la ciudad de Arica, contexto de investigación caracterizado por su situación bi-fronteriza.

Education for the Elites: Funding and Primary Education in Brazil, 1930 - 1964

July 28, 2017

The current Brazilian crisis is not only a result of corruption scandals. Apart from corruption, fiscal and external deteriorating conditions have contributed to the ongoing political instability. Michel Temer, from the center-right Brazilian Democratic Movement Party (PMDB), started to rule after the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff (Workers’ Party – PT). Despite the fact that Temer was found to be involved in several scandals, his government had sufficient power to push for economic reforms. Temer succeeded in passing a constitutional change limiting government primary expenditures.

Acclimation of Wealthy Mexicans to U.S.

October 20, 2016

When one considers Mexican immigration to the U.S., many envision groups of poor families sluggishly yet relentlessly crossing numerous boundaries in order to reach the land presumed to abound with opportunities. However, in some cases, the families that cross the U.S./Mexican border are not impoverished but affluent, using the resources they have to escape the violence that continually looms over them.

Indigenous Education Symposium

October 20, 2016

On September 21st, the University of Pittsburgh’s Institute for International Studies in Education and School of Education combined with the University Center for International Studies to hold a day long symposium on indigenous education. The event had an international focus with eight different presenters discussing indigenous issues around the world. Beyond the presentations, there were also a tables focusing on indigenous culture from Peru to Samoa. Even the lunch was provided with a theme of traditional indigenous food and performers.

Paulo Freire and the Cultural Dimension of the Fight for Liberation

August 17, 2016

The Intellectual Battles in Revolutionized Latin America

Paulo Freire (1921-1997) is not only one of the most relevant Latin American educators of the last hundred years, but also one of the most important educators in the contemporary era worldwide. He achieved popularity following the publication of two of his books in which he systematizes the lessons learned during his work in Brazil and Chile in the1960s: Educação como prática da liberdade, of 1967, and Pedagogia do oprimido, of 1970.


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