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Understanding Educational Reform in Chile's Young Democracy (1995-2017): Education as a Social Justice Concern

An OER resource based upon a Fulbright-Hays Seminar in Chile, 2017

Key Questions

  • Education as a Social Justice Concern

How do social justice concerns of inclusion, access, and equity effect education and civil society in Chile, the U.S., and even globally?

Social justice movements have been a major factor in the development of more democratic movements over time.  What are some of the aspects/qualities/indicators of social justice movements?

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Search Strategies

Keywords: Chile - Education - Curriculum - Reform - Comparative - International - Ministry - Urban - School Choice - Educational Change - Political Aspects - Social Movements - Social Justice - Fairness - Access - Activism - Arts - Performance - Remembrance - Human Rights - Culture


  • Use each of the terms above as simple word or phrase searches in the online CUNY catalog (Use OneSearch or CUNY+).
  • Advanced searches are available in both interfaces and allows combinations of two or more search terms. 
  • Change the term "Chile" to any country name to find similar resources for other global areas. 
  • USe the same strategies in each of the databases listed above to find journal articles instead of books or media.