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Civil Society Organizations in Latin American Education - 
      Regina Cortina
    
      Constanza Lafuente

Civil Society Organizations in Latin American Education

Case Studies and Perspectives on Advocacy

Regina Cortina (Redaktør) ; Constanza Lafuente (Redaktør)

Examining the roles, impacts and challenges of civil society organizations (CSOs) in Latin America, this volume provides a broad perspective on the range of strategies these organizations employ and the obstacles they face in advocating for and delivering educational reform. Les mer
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Examining the roles, impacts and challenges of civil society organizations (CSOs) in Latin America, this volume provides a broad perspective on the range of strategies these organizations employ and the obstacles they face in advocating for and delivering educational reform. Building on previous research on international and comparative education, development studies, research on social movements and nongovernmental organizations, chapter authors provides new insights about the increasing presence of CSOs in education and offer case studies demonstrating how these organizations' missions have evolved over time in Latin America.
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Forlag: Routledge
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 158
ISBN: 9780367429751
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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Introduction: Challenges of Civil Society Organizations in Education, Regina Cortina and Constanza Lafuente, Teachers College, Columbia University


1. "Only Quality Education Will Change Mexico": The Case of Mexicanos Primero, Regina Cortina and Constanza Lafuente, Teachers College, Columbia University


2. Mexicanos Primero: The Challenges of Accounting to Parents and Teachers, Constanza Lafuente and Regina Cortina, Teachers College, Columbia University


3. The Chilean Student Movement: The Collective Struggles to Transform a Market-


Oriented Educational System, Cristian Bellei, Cristian Cabalin, and Victor Orellana, Universidad de Chile


4. Reaching the Marginalized: The Challenges of Scaling-Up of the Circulos de Aprendizaje


Program in Colombia, Laura Vega, Fundacion Escuela Nueva Volvamos a la Gente


5. Refugees as Commodities: Non-Governmental Organizations in Ecuador's Education


Landscape, Diana Rodriguez-Gomez, Universidad de Los Andes


6. Promoting Early Childhood Development in the Caribbean: The Case of the Foundation


for the Development of Caribbean Children, Amlata Persaud, Teachers College, Columbia University


7. NGO Diplomacies and Transnational Activism: The Case of Equipo Pueblo in Mexico, Antonio Alejo Jaime, Erasmus University of Rotterdam
Regina Cortina is Professor of Education Teachers College, Columbia University, USA.





Constanza Lafuente is Adjunct Assistant Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University, USA.