Programs : Brochure
- Locations: Curarrehue, Chile; Santiago, Chile; Valparaiso, Chile
- Program Terms: Summer-Embedded
- Restrictions: PSU applicants only
This graduate-level course will provide students the opportunity to gain direct knowledge of and experience with the educational work of social change and development organizations in Chile. The course will consist of site visits, meetings, and lectures from leaders of student, women's, immigrant, labor, and indigenous movements throughout Chile. Topics will include Human Rights in Chile, Paulo Freire and Adult Education, Teacher Unions and Teacher Movements, Adult Education and Women, Student-led Governance of Schooling, Housing and Education, Labor and Migrant Rights, and Education and Indigenous Rights. The course will take place primarily in the city of Santiago, with visits to the cities of Valparaíso and Curarrehue and a homestay with indigenous families in the latter city. This course will promote a global and comparative understanding among graduate students about the history and practice of education for social change in Chile.
During the embedded travel component, housing will consist of apartment accommodations.
The process for enrolling in an embedded course varies according to the instructor and/or department. The program leader has indicated that in order to enroll in the course and travel component, students must partake in an interview with the instructor by March 1st, 2020.
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Summer-Embedded||2020||08/21/2019 **||Rolling Admission||05/18/2020||06/04/2020|
|NOTE: The application deadline date is NOT as it appears above. Please contact the program leader (Rebecca Tarlau) by emailing (email@example.com) if you are interested in applying for this embedded program.|
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