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These officials also claimed that low income students should be granted fellowships. Some congressmen did notice this flaw in the law. As we can see, it did not differ from philosophical point of view. Why was it so? They also failed to consider how low-income students would be able to attend secondary or go to university. Thus, it is incapable of competing with developed countries and the new economies in Southeast Asia that have invested for years in highly sophisticated fields such as engineering, electronic, telecommunication and biogenetics.

The state lost its caring role and became more involved in management and evaluation.

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A proof of this was the large number of articles the so called, framework extado. Finally, counterbalancing the political influence of University of Buenos Aires was the other ulterior motive of the transformation of higher education.

Supporters of the law were in favor of the idea of socoedad secondary schools in order to improve the standards of education and allowing local governments and private institutions to adapt their syllabi to their needs. Please try your request again later. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs.


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Finally, without significant amendments, the law was passed on July, Very few congressmen and senators stopped to wonder what kind of graduate Argentina needed.

The discussion about the role of the state and the critics on neo-liberal reforms are based on the following arguments: The opposition argued that the assessing board should work under the supervision of Congress and therefore, the majority of the members should be chosen by the Legislative eestado. On the other hand, though, there was an increase in the number of youngsters from lower classes who stayed at school longer and of students who went to university.

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The results were chaotic. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. One of the most important instruments was privatization. He established free tuition and created new universities such as Labor University, later called Technological, in which working class people had possibilities of doing technical courses and programs. Its importance iflmus from the fact that its end was the Common Good which, as it incorporated the whole community, subordinated all the personal and familiar goods to it.

In those years, conservative politicians having been brought up on positivism and scientism believed in the power of reason.


Rather than discussing evaluation policies, governance of universities or tuition fees, a country must imagine how an education program can launch a progressive developmental policy.

Advocators of free tuition claimed the state should guarantee higher education to low-income students.

They claimed that the sstado transformation was underpinned by neo- liberal ideas. This approach to education was christened privatista because it seemed to pave the way for religious and lay education.

However the goals for increasing the number of students in secondary school and the educacipn of higher education was effectively achieved, politicians failed to design a long-term project for the structural change of the country. We conclude that politics in education in the nineties changed the role of government encouraging private alternatives in secondary and higher education while the state still maintained important decision- making power.

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For the ideologists of Social State, education was considered a public good and hence, the state had to intervene thoroughly. Buenos Aires, ; Mariano Echenique, La propuesta educativa neoliberal.

But they also criticized the intervention of the state in the governance of universities.