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Chile : North-South view.
 
Secondary education students’ march. Santiago, June 2011
Educational Reform of the 1960s Massive effort of school construction: standard models Lycées of Rancagua (Indistrial B-5)...
1998-2008 Each building a unique project
Lycée of Chuquicamata, Northern-most Chile.
Lycée in Chuquicamata. | Ministerio de Educación |  Departamento de Infraestructura Escolar
Rural school. North of Chile (Coquimbo)
Rural School. Central Chile
Lycée in Easter Island
Rural School –Southern-most Chile
MERCI BEAUCOUP
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Reflections by Cristián Cox, Centro de Estudios de Políticas y Prácticas en Educación, Pontificia

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Dr Cristián Cox presents the history of education reform in Chile from the 1960s to the present day, and the role of educational facilities in the reform process (www.oecd.org/edu/facilities/compendiumlaunch).

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  1. 1. Chile : North-South view.
  2. 3. Secondary education students’ march. Santiago, June 2011
  3. 4. Educational Reform of the 1960s Massive effort of school construction: standard models Lycées of Rancagua (Indistrial B-5) and Nueva Imperial (Industrial C-16). Ministry of Education
  4. 5. 1998-2008 Each building a unique project
  5. 6. Lycée of Chuquicamata, Northern-most Chile.
  6. 7. Lycée in Chuquicamata. | Ministerio de Educación | Departamento de Infraestructura Escolar
  7. 8. Rural school. North of Chile (Coquimbo)
  8. 9. Rural School. Central Chile
  9. 10. Lycée in Easter Island
  10. 11. Rural School –Southern-most Chile
  11. 12. MERCI BEAUCOUP
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