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Importancia, significado y participación en la escolarización en zonas rurales Un estudio etnográfico en Michoacán, México

Importancia, significado y participación en la escolarización en zonas rurales Un estudio etnográfico en Michoacán, México
Importancia, significado y participación en la escolarización en zonas rurales Un estudio etnográfico en Michoacán, México
This article analyzes the importance, meaning and social participation within the schooling process amongst rural settlers in a community of Michoacán, Mexico. It is actually the result of the research carried out to obtain a PhD during which the author analyzed how low-income families take part into their formal and informal education. The main discoveries of this research show that in spite of their lowinstruction levels, the parents support their children so they can achieve basic education. Nevertheless, because of their low income, only few families can support their children’s schooling for further education levels. The discoveries linked with formal education show that the educational service offered by the CONAFE in their community does not offer satisfaction to most of the parents, who prefer to enroll their children in the Ministry of Education (SEP)’s rural schools. The conclusions add some suggestions and advices oriented to improve the quality and pertinence of the CONAFE’s Community Education Program.
0185-2698
67-82
Azaola Calderon, Marta Cristina
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Azaola Calderon, Marta Cristina
9ac43b18-a969-4877-a1b8-62bb4541da82

Azaola Calderon, Marta Cristina (2010) Importancia, significado y participación en la escolarización en zonas rurales Un estudio etnográfico en Michoacán, México. Perfiles Educativos, 32 (130), 67-82.

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This article analyzes the importance, meaning and social participation within the schooling process amongst rural settlers in a community of Michoacán, Mexico. It is actually the result of the research carried out to obtain a PhD during which the author analyzed how low-income families take part into their formal and informal education. The main discoveries of this research show that in spite of their lowinstruction levels, the parents support their children so they can achieve basic education. Nevertheless, because of their low income, only few families can support their children’s schooling for further education levels. The discoveries linked with formal education show that the educational service offered by the CONAFE in their community does not offer satisfaction to most of the parents, who prefer to enroll their children in the Ministry of Education (SEP)’s rural schools. The conclusions add some suggestions and advices oriented to improve the quality and pertinence of the CONAFE’s Community Education Program.

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Published date: October 2010
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Local EPrints ID: 165993
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/165993
ISSN: 0185-2698
PURE UUID: ebf679e4-a5b6-4e8a-8e74-bc23601bd278
ORCID for Marta Cristina Azaola Calderon: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6671-4095

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Date deposited: 22 Oct 2010 07:47
Last modified: 01 Aug 2019 00:32

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