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#LaFuerzaQueMueveAChile Marco de Cualificaciones Técnico Profesional

Un Marco de Cualificaciones (MC) es una herramienta para el desarrollo, clasificación y reconocimiento de habilidades, conocimientos y competencias a través de un continuo de niveles acordados, considerado como referente común y acordado por los diferentes actores involucrados en la … Continue reading

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#IARTG #Germany “From Words to Genocide”, theme of International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the #Holocaust

From Words to Genocide: Antisemitic Propaganda and the Holocaust is the theme of this year’s International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust, observed on 27 January. On that day, roundtable debates, exhibitions, and an official … Continue reading

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Uso de ranking de notas beneficiará la inclusión en la educación superior: UNESCO

La UNESCO felicita el acuerdo alcanzado por el Consejo de Rectores de las universidades de Chile para incluir el ranking de las notas de enseñanza media (NEM) a la batería de selección universitaria, a partir del proceso de selección de … Continue reading

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#Edcamp Santiago: “Education in Chile continues to be one of the best in Latin America”

“As for the Chilean education system, a profound reform is necessary, in both the medium and long term. Chile has the juridical framework of the the structural foundation in place, but must move to the practice,” affirmed Jorge Sequeira, the … Continue reading

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Language Death: Why Speak, if No One Understands?

The updated Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger of Disappearing can continually be supplemented, corrected and updated based on user contributions. Source: http://bit.ly/l7ejxs It ranks the dying languages according to five levels: unsafe, definitely endangered, severely endangered, critically endangered … Continue reading

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