Education And Revolution In Nicaragua

Hardcover | September 1, 1986

byRobert F. Arnove

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"Arnove presents a glimpse of the Nicaraguan educational system during the first five years of the Sandinista revolution, July 1979-84. The . . . author provides an excellent bibliography concerning Latin American comparative education, and the book would be of educational value to both undergraduate and graduate students." Choice

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"Arnove presents a glimpse of the Nicaraguan educational system during the first five years of the Sandinista revolution, July 1979-84. The . . . author provides an excellent bibliography concerning Latin American comparative education, and the book would be of educational value to both undergraduate and graduate students." Choice

Format:HardcoverDimensions:172 pages, 5.98 × 9.01 × 0.56 inPublished:September 1, 1986Publisher:Praeger Publishers

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ISBN - 10:0275921387

ISBN - 13:9780275921385

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?Arnove presents a glimpse of the Nicaraguan educational system during the first five years of the Sandinista revolution, July 1979-84. The text also explores the prerevolution educational status of the country under the Somoza regime and, similar to The Loss of Fear by Geroge Black and John Bevan, delves into the historical foundation and role of education within the new found socialist framework. The text's focus is on the transformation of the people through educational reform at all levels and discusses the National Literary Campaign of 1980, educational collectives, the expansion of primary and secondary schooling opportunity, and the plight of the university system. The author provides an excellent bibliography concerning Latin American comparative education, and the book would be of educational value to both undergraduate and graduate students.?-Choice