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Indigenous Education Policy, Equity, and Intercultural Understanding in Latin America - 
      Regina Cortina

Indigenous Education Policy, Equity, and Intercultural Understanding in Latin America

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"This book describes the persistent achievement gap between indigenous and non-indigenous students in Latin America. The authors focus on the efforts of inclusive, bilingual, and intercultural education to bridge this divide. Les mer
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"This book describes the persistent achievement gap between indigenous and non-indigenous students in Latin America. The authors focus on the efforts of inclusive, bilingual, and intercultural education to bridge this divide. They highlight important implementation challenges that could curtail the model's enormous potential. This book is a must read." (Lucrecia Santibanez, Associate Professor of Education, Claremont Graduate University, USA)
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Forlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 148
ISBN: 9781137595317
Format: 21 x 15 cm
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Part 1: Policy Changes and Education Quality
1. How to Improve Quality Education for Indigenous Children in Latin America
2. Indigenous Student Learning Outcomes and Education Policies in Peru and Ecuador
Part 2: Intercultural Education in Practice
3. Role-Play as a Pedagogical Tool for Intercultural Education
4. Inclusion or Interculturalidad: Attaining Equity in Higher Education for Indigenous Peoples in Mexico
Part 3: Intercultural Dialogue Beyond the Classroom
5. The Contributions of Hip-Hop Artists to Non-Formal Intercultural Education in Bolivia
6. Indigenous Urban Families and the Oportunidades Program in Mexico
Regina Cortina is Professor of Education in the Department of International and Transcultural Studies at Teachers College, Columbia University, USA. She has been coordinating the department's Program in International and Comparative Education since 2009. Cortina holds a PhD in Education, a master's degree in International and Comparative Education, and a master's degree in Political Science, all from Stanford University, USA.