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Understanding Educational Reform in Chile's Young Democracy (1995-2017): The Arts as a Form of Informal Education and Civic Participation

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

Key Questions

  • The Arts as a Form of Informal Education and Civic Participation

When access to formal education leaves civilians’ concerns adrift, what other strategies are employed and embraced to extend participation?

In what forms do the creative products of the Arts, (both from individuals and non-profit organizations), stand as evidence and resources for civilians? 

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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.