The Chilean economist Manfred Max-Neef ( 1932 -...) developed a different school called “Human Scale Development”. In his work Max Neef defines that human needs are few and finite, rather than traditional western concepts in which needs are infinite and insatiable. Max-Neef defines the following human needs :
recreation (in the sense of leisure, time to reflect, or idleness),
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Macondo is a fictional town described in Gabriel García Márquez's novel One Hundred Years of Solitude . He is a Colombian novelist who was awarded the Nobel prize in literature in 1982. García Marquez is the father of realism magic, which is a novel style.
Pedro Gonzalez’s views as a principal and community leader need to be considered.
Macondo’s students needs a safe place to study, an also need to have access to new technology.....
A national computer education policy is being implemented.