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Länderprofil

Argentina


Bildungssystem

Das Bildungssystem ist föderal organisiert.

"Despite recent reform attempts to increase standardization, Argentina presently has one of the most decentralized education systems in Latin America. The country is constituted as a federation of 23 Provinces and the self-governing Autonomous City of Buenos Aires (24 jurisdictions in total). According to the current national education law, the federal government and the governments of the provinces and the autonomous city of Buenos Aires share responsibility for the “planning, organization, supervision and financing of national education in a joint, concurrent and agreed manner”. In concrete terms, this means that the Federal Education Council sets overall guidelines for elementary, secondary and vocational post-secondary (non-university) education, while the provincial governments retain formal jurisdiction over curricula, funding, planning and administrative policies." https://wenr.wes.org/2018/05/education-in-argentina

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Pflichtschulzeit

"Education is compulsory for children aged 5-14." https://www.nuffic.nl/documents/215/education-system-argentina.pdf

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Schulbuchauswahl

Schule

[For specific details see the table on page 83.] http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTEAPREGTOPEDUCATION/Resources/Meeting-Challenges-of-Secondary-EDU.pdf

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LehrerInnenausbildung

LehrerInnen benötigen einen Universitätsabschluss. LehrerInnen benötigen eine zusätzliche praktische Ausblidung.

"Teacher education in Argentina predominantly takes place at teacher training institutes (Institutos de Formación Docente) in the non-university sector, although many universities also offer teacher-training programs. The teacher training institutes are under the authority of the provinces, but training programs are regulated at the national level since the mid-2000s. While teacher education programs could have varying lengths before, laws passed in 2006 and 2008 mandate that all programs now have a minimum length of four years, including 2,600 hours of classroom instruction. Education programs at universities often last five years.
[...] An in-service teaching internship is mandatory in the last year of the program.  A degree is required to teach at all levels of school in Argentina." https://wenr.wes.org/2018/05/education-in-argentina

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Geschichte

Geschichte ist ein Kombinationsfach.

[For specific details see the tables on pages 23 and 24.] http://www.ibe.unesco.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Publications/WDE/2010/pdf-versions/Argentina.pdf

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Politik/Sozialkunde

Politik/Sozialkunde ist ein Kombinationsfach.

[For specific details see the tables on pages 23 and 24.] http://www.ibe.unesco.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Publications/WDE/2010/pdf-versions/Argentina.pdf

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Religion

Religion wird nicht unterrichtet.

"As already noted, the teaching of religion at schools [...] is also forbidden in Mexico, Uruguay, and most provinces in Argentina (these last three countries, though, authorize the existence of schools owned by churches and religious communities, which do teach religion)."

Davis, Derek H.; Miroshnikova, Elena (2013): The Routledge international handbook of religious education, London: Routledge, p. 199.


Geographie

Geographie ist ein Kombinationsfach.

[For specific details see the tables on pages 23 and 24.] http://www.ibe.unesco.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Publications/WDE/2010/pdf-versions/Argentina.pdf

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Bildungsreformen

1884, Law No 1420: "The first one was Law No 1420 in 1884 that was part of a wider set of rules that contributed to provide the creation and consolidation process of the Argentine state with final institutional structure. This law, ruling over the Federal Capital and national territories, allowed Argentina to decide on a compulsory, free, universal and lay education system that delivers basic reading and writing skills, mathematics, world and Argentine history and geography, natural sciences, and access to knowledge of the National Constitution."

Poggi, Margarita (2013): Argentina: Improving Student School Trajectories. In: Yan Wang (Ed.): Education Policy Reform Trends in G20 Members. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, p. 329.

1905, Law No 4878: "The difficulties experienced by several provinces in expanding their educational services caused the enactment of Law No 4878 (known as Láinez Law) in 1905. It authorised the Nation to establish primary schools in the territory of those provinces requesting the action."

Poggi, Margarita (2013): Argentina: Improving Student School Trajectories. In: Yan Wang (Ed.): Education Policy Reform Trends in G20 Members. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, p. 329.

1992, Law No 24049: "In 1968, a process was started to transfer schools created by the Láinez Law to the provinces. All primary schools managed by the central government was transferred in1978, except the schools for adults that were transferred in 1980. law No 24049, passed in 1992, also transferred secondary schools and tertiary nonunversity institutions including those belonging to the private sector."

Poggi, M. (2013): Argentina: Improving Student School Trajectories. In: Wang, Yan (Ed.): Education Policy Reform Trends in G20 Members. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, p. 331.

1993, Law on Compulsory Schooling: "The 1993 legislation targeted compulsory education from the last year of preprimary education through lower secondary education." https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000259540

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1993, Federal Law of Education: "The Ley Federal de Educación in 1993 established that total public investment in education should be doubled in five years, at a minimum rate of 20% per year starting in 1993. In addition, this should guarantee an increase in enrolments at the primary and secondary levels." http://www.cei.gob.ar/userfiles/Gvirtz.pdf

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2006, Law on Compulsory Schooling: "The 2006 legislation increased compulsory education to encompass upper secondary education (Miranda, 2013)." https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000259540

zuletzt geprüft: 05.02.2019


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