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Indigenous Education Policy, Equity, and Intercultural by Regina Cortina

By Regina Cortina

This booklet is a comparative examine of academic rules over the last twenty years in Latin the US. those guidelines, enacted via constitutional reforms, sought to guard the suitable of Indigenous peoples to a culturally inclusive schooling. The publication assesses the influence of those rules on academic perform and the on-going demanding situations that nations nonetheless face in providing an equitable and culturally responsive schooling to Indigenous youngsters and formative years. The chapters, each one written via a professional within the box, exhibit how coverage adjustments are reworking schooling structures in Bolivia, Ecuador, Mexico, and Peru. Going past the study room, they spotlight the importance of those reforms in selling intercultural discussion in Latin American societies.

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29 There are advantages to using language as a proxy for ethnicity because much intercultural and bilingual policy has targeted language, and we were able to compare indicators of language use in two time periods to ­compare countries in Latin America. However, there is also a significant limitation. 6 % in 2013, stated that they spoke an Indigenous language at home. 2 % in 2013. These small percentages make it more difficult to find statistically significant relations based on language use than based on self-identification.

Trapnell, Lucy. 2008. Los Retos de la Formación Docente Intercultural Bilingüe: La Experiencia de FORMABIAP. In Docencia y Contextos Multiculturales: Reflexiones y aportes para la formación de docentes desde un enfoque intercultural. Lima, Peru: Tarea. Trapnell, Lucy. 2009. ¿Forma el Estado docentes para un país pluricultural y multilingüe? Foro Educativo: 27. ). 2014. Qichwasimirayku:Batallas por el Quechua. Lima, Peru: Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Notes 1. The Inter-American Teacher Education Network facilitated contact with the ministries of education.

5 Seven countries with Indigenous populations responded to the survey: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, and Mexico. Another country, the Dominican Republic, also responded to the survey but reported that it did not have an Indigenous population; for this reason, its answers were not included in the analysis. Of the five countries in Latin America with the largest Indigenous population in absolute numbers, which are, in descending order of population size, Mexico, Bolivia, Peru, Guatemala, and Ecuador, only Peru did not respond.

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