Public School Reform in Puerto Rico: Sustaining Colonial Models of Development

Hardcover | April 1, 1994

byJose Solis

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Puerto Rico's colonial history under the United States has shaped the character of development and education in that territory. In 1898, when the United States invaded Puerto Rico, the language, culture, and development of the latter was arrested by a colonialist mandate involving the social, political, and economic spheres. The role that the development of a mass public school system would play in sustaining colonial relationships was seen as paramount. Since then the developments in public school reform policies have contributed to and have been defined and determined within the linguistic and ideological framework of the colonizers' conceptualization of development for Puerto Rico. If development is more than growth, and if it includes self-determination and cultural expression within the context of political and economic arrangements, then Puerto Rico remains a classic example of colonialism 500 years after Columbus.

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Puerto Rico's colonial history under the United States has shaped the character of development and education in that territory. In 1898, when the United States invaded Puerto Rico, the language, culture, and development of the latter was arrested by a colonialist mandate involving the social, political, and economic spheres. The role t...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:184 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:April 1, 1994Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313289786

ISBN - 13:9780313289781

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?Excellent photgraphs, and extensive bibliography, and a useful index make this a fine reference work for undergraduate, graduate, and research collections.?-Choice