by Kathkeen B. Fischer.
by Kathkeen B.
Examines the nature and role of political ideology in major educational reform efforts of the Frei, Allende, and Pinochet governments. It is argued that, although ideological considerations are significant in the planning and promulgation of educational reforms, they are sometimes sacrificed to accommodate pragmatic concerns for political consolidation and stability.
Political Ideology and Educational Reform in Chile (Studies.
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The focus of this study is to examine pre-service teachers’ experiences of learning through . October 1964 · Journal of Church and State.
The focus of this study is to examine pre-service teachers’ experiences of learning through narrative inquiry that gives insight into how teachers’ development and knowledge construction can be improved. The article begins by inquiring into the learning culture in the Hong Kong context and explaining how the examination system affects knowledge construction.
Political Ideology and Educational Reform in Chile, 1964-1976.
After the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) extended its ruling to most parts of China and set up a national government in Beijing in 1949, it encountered a lot of new tasks. The first was to rebuild the economy, which deteriorated sharply during the last years of Nationalist Party (KMT) governing. The strategy that led CCP to state power is termed as using the rural areas to encircle the cities (农村包围城市).
Education and Social Stratification Processes in Comparative Perspective. Kirk, David S. and Sampson, Robert . .When Effect Becomes Cause: Policy Feedback and Political Change. World Politics 45: 595–628. Popkin, Samuel L. and Dimock, Michael .