The "Private School Advantage" in Argentina

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Local actors' perceptions of curricular and management changes in two private schools and one neighboring public secondary school in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, are analyzed. An exploration was conducted of how, within an ideologically and politically pro-reform context and a widespread acceptance of the "private school advantage," principals, teachers, and students in these schools evaluated the changes (or lack of them) in management, teaching, and curriculum orientations of the secondary education sector.

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Fischman, G. E. (2001). The "Private School Advantage" in Argentina. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 9, 31. https://doi.org/10.14507/epaa.v9n31.2001
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Gustavo E. Fischman, California State University—Los Angeles

Gustavo Fischman is an Associate Professor in the Division of Educational Foundations and Interdivisional Studies, at California State University, Los Angeles (on leave from Arizona State University). His most recent book is Fischman, G. (2000) Imagining Teachers: Rethinking Teacher Education and Gender. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.