Neoliberalism And State Education

One hundred and thirty years after visiting the wonderland, Alice got into a mirror to discover a world upside down. If Alice was reborn today, she would not require crossing any mirror. It would be enough to look out the window. Eduardo Galeano believes that the existence of neoliberal governments lead to contradictions resulting in a state with few commitments to society, concentrating power in dominant groups, coinciding with Paulo Freire “(a ) do not reject things bourgeois, but the bourgeois conception of life (…) “(Freire 1970), transnational corporations being the” dominant properties “exercising coercion through State paradoxical become detached from it to lead to a marked de-nationalization, so that the school is not immune to the intensity of socio-economic changes and the subsequent crisis, the product of this framework, the existence today visualizing growth processes and mass in school, but as stated E. Tenti-Fanfani: “(…) there are several factors that act as a brake on this expansion. Some have to do with the characteristics of the offer (or outright absence) and the social conditions necessary to sustain the education of adolescents and youth, especially in contexts of crisis and social exclusion (…) “( FANFANI Tenti “: 2003)

This would lead to a distortion of educational and institutional strategies as it becomes difficult to cope with new problems occurring in our country, hindering the visualization of the true purpose and meaning of education in young people, so that laescueladoel Faced with the heterogeneity of educational institutions may be common features regarding claims that hold either, as many inputs, the escuelaa DEA claim public, educational equity, among others – and aspires to more of a social type where the state has been the main character that has achieved such metas.a private can not be denied that the emergence of acute problems in the school, is a phenomenon that is causing changes in socio-political dynamics and inequalities that reflected in schools. Learn more at: Jim Donovan Goldman Sachs.

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