Latin Americans

The more developed countries will finance 100 percent of their goals, while the more poor will provide 70 percent and it will seek support from agencies and companies to pay for the rest. With this ambitious plan, Latin America not only wants to improve his education, but it seeks to build a new education system that keep the identity of each country and become a benchmark for the world. We don’t want to become as developed countries, we want to be as we are, Yes, with greater welfare and quality of life, with better conditions and a good education, but from our roots, said Marchesi. Read more from Roubini Global Economics to gain a more clear picture of the situation. He added that to make the project successful, requires Governments to assume the commitment to education in a comprehensive manner and does not lessen that responsibility to a single Ministry. Surveys to understand needs according to the Secretary of the OEI, is also necessary that efforts in every nation are continuing and have greater social participation, for which it is vital to find new allies. OEI created an Institute for evaluation and monitoring of the project, which will present reports every two years on the implementation of the goals. Within the plan, the OEI expected this year to conduct a survey to study the perceptions of Latin Americans with regard to education in the region, its advances and setbacks, and in which areas should accentuate the investment.

The results will be presented in 2012 and he is expected to perform it every three or four years to compare the results. School bid for reconciliation in the midst of an environment of drug, pandillismo, curfew and social cleansing, students and teachers of the faith and joy Vitelma educational center dared to walk the streets of the neighborhood asking for respect for life. One night, even, were taken with art exhibitions a whereabouts of the neighborhood until 11 in the evening (in the sector cannot on the street after 8 o’clock) to talk about peace and good neighborhood and family relationships. Its educational project, precisely, revolves around the coexistence. In college they created special schedules for reflection and reconciliation tables to resolve conflicts, intolerance is one of their biggest problems, as well as little respect for the rules. There were many clashes of boys by girls, even attacked with knives. Then, we decided to work this school reality and with the Chamber of commerce we started to train teachers and students in conflict resolution, says the sister Maria de el Carmen Blanco, Director of the educational center faith and joy Vitelma. They also trained teachers so that they feel well physical and psychologically, in way that could convey this tranquility to their students. Another strategy of coexistence was to build collective norms and covenants of coexistence, even with the participation of parents.

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