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Kenneth Zeichner
Universidad de Washington
Estados Unidos
Vol. 3 Núm. 3 (2022): Haciendo memoria: una vida dedicada a la Educación. Homenaje académico al profesor Ángel I. Pérez Gómez, ESTUDIOS Y ENSAYOS, Páginas 83-97
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El artículo aborda la formación del profesorado para enseñar con éxito en escuelas de comunidades históricamente marginadas. Para ello, el autor explica, en primer lugar, este concepto y profundiza en la dualidad de la financiación privada y pública en la educación. Para alcanzar el futuro optimista que prevé, la estructura de la financiación debe cambiar. El autor también expone dos vías principales para la formación democrática del profesorado: hacer un mejor trabajo en la preparación de los profesores de fuera de las comunidades históricamente marginadas en la enseñanza de los estudiantes de manera culturalmente sensible y sostenible y hacer un mejor trabajo en la contratación, preparación y retención de los profesores que viven en estas comunidades para que se queden allí y enseñen. Por último, se presenta un esquema de lo que hay que hacer.

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