Community Learning in... Mexico

Flores Aranda, Juan Antonio
November 2014
Adult Education & Development;2014, Issue 81, p96
The article offers information on the formal education process developed by Mexican institution Patronato Pro Educación Mexicano A. C. for Tseltal de Guacquitepec in Chilón, Chiapas, Mexico. It describes the educational model which is based on the redefined culture of Tzeltal communities. It adds that the educational programme highlights the power of knowledge management and power of thought in the civil society.


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