Dos de cada 10 alumnos no tenían todos sus libros de texto. Sylvia Schmelkes aseguró que "en las primarias comunitarias e indígenas no. 1 9 La memoria viva de los indios de Chiapas 35 Comentarios al libro: Vivir en Respeto activo a nuestra diversidad, por Sylvia Schmelkes 79 Los indígenas. Vol. 3, No. 2, A Combination of Quantitative and Qualitative Strategies in Educational Research: Reflections on Three Studies. Silvia Schmelkes del Valle.


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Intercultural education equals an education with values. Education for Interculturalism Why should people be educated for interculturalism? Education can fight the two educational imbalances that have been described above.

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