Colección: La Educación
Número: (132-133) I,II
In this paper, Benno Sander explains the factors that caused educational reform to become the focus of the 1998 Summit of the Americas in Santiago, Chile. The author examines the roles played by the different actors in international education reform: national governments, non-governmental organizations and the international development community. He also discusses the factors hindering international education reform. Finally, the role of the Organization of American States as a mediator and promoter of horizontal cooperation is explored with critiques and recommendations.
[INDEX] [SUMMARY] [INTRODUCTION] [THE 1998 SUMMIT OF THE AMERICAS AND ITS EDUCATION PLAN OF ACTION] [SOCIAL ACTORS AND THEIR ROLE IN EDUCATION REFORM] [INITIAL DEVELOPMENTS IN EDUCATION AFTER SANTIAGO] [TOWARD A NEW ECOLOGY OF INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION] [THE ROLE OF THE ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES] [RESUMEN]