El derecho a la educación en Colombia 1830-1853. La historia en el presente

Education has always been a concern shared by the public, private and by the Church as a real power. The importance of education is given by many factors including the ability to disseminate ideas and the possibility of building new ones. The law has worked to rebuild the consecrations of the consti... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Escobar Martínez, Lina Marcela
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Militar Nueva Granada 2009
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Laburpena: Education has always been a concern shared by the public, private and by the Church as a real power. The importance of education is given by many factors including the ability to disseminate ideas and the possibility of building new ones. The law has worked to rebuild the consecrations of the constitutional right to education and its legalization and regulation in different historical periods, so the analysis has been focused on the rules, staying in a purely positivist approach is that while Indeed, it is the center of the legal to do, so that research is today part of positivism and goes to the dogma, because this being a work that seeks to commemorate the bicentennial of the Constitution is necessary to bring the reconstruction and construction of the an inclusive history analysis, where the facts, context and principles are used as lenses for thinking about existing regulations in the period indicated. This article is dedicated to reconstructing the history of the period between 1830 and 1853 as a single source and takes the newspaper the Constitutional Cundinamarca This is intended to outline the controversies in education in this department, the research aims to conduct comparative analysis on the evolution and development of rights in every region of the country, then compare with the national statements and subsequent regulation generally. The article is divided into two parts, one devoted to the study of education in Colombia, its significance and content, is divided into three parts, the importance of education as the leaders of the era of Cundinamarca, the moral and healthy subjects Colombian education and the characteristics of the primary, the second part is devoted to the study of education from the scope and regulation, and is divided into three parts, the teaching of political economy, home education and the Code of public education. It is clarified that all appointments are not an author, since in the newspaper The Constitutional referenced are not the authors of the articles, it is clear that the editing and publication of the article. Additionally, it notes that this movement is bi-weekly newspaper, and the editors are trained in Christian doctrine.