Intercambio: Alternative Pedagogies – Volume 4, Number 3
The IDEA Network promotes various spaces of resistance to attacks on public education as a fundamental right. Intercambio functions as an informative tool for various intrinsically related concerns: to make visible denunciations and proposals to counter neo-liberalism and its ruthless
effects on education, amongst others.
This edition focuses on alternative pedagogical proposals, some still in the ideas stage and others in the process of being implemented, in the face of neo-liberal cuts and policies that promote the commodification of education. Although each proposal has its own specificities rooted
in its particular context, we are trying to build a bridge between peoples, a meeting-point, with praxis as a guiding principle. Without exception, these proposals have emerged from within educational communities who are participating in democratic action-research efforts, where classrooms
become micro-universes and a synthesis of the many contradictions of a world in crisis.
Read the February 2012 issue of IDEA’s on-line bilingual magazine of research on Public Education and Democracy.
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- 1 Collectives and teachers networks. Miguel Duhalde (Argentina);
- 2 Profit, merit and society: the Protest for Public Education in Chile. Jorge Inzunza (Chile);
- 3 The new open period: New struggle horizons. Gustavo Pacheco (Chile);
- 4 Regional educational project: a transformative proposal. José Ramos (Perú);
- 5 Andes 21 de junio. In the context of an educational transformation. Based on an interview with Israel Montano.
- 6 Imposition through financing. Indigenous Educational Centers in Guatemala. Guillermo Chen (Guatemala);
- 7 UACM and IEMS. Alternative educational projects of the XXI Century in Mexico. Miriam Sánchez (Mexico);
- 8 Teaching and emancipation in bolivarian Venezuela. Pablo Imen (Argentina);
- 9 Teaching for social justice. Deirdre M. Kelly (Canadá);
- 10. University extension from a popular education, in the context of the new Cuban university. María Teresa Machado (Cuba);
- 11 A path equality, autonomy and emancipation in the Classroom: Pedagogical Praxis from Central Amercia. Esperanza Tasies Castro y María Trejos (Centroamérica);
- 12 final declaration of the XVI latin american and caribbean Student Congress. OCLAE
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