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See Polin So (2011) ‘The struggle to Make schooling a assured correct: Chilean scholars vs. the Nation’s President,’ in Truthout, twenty ninth August, http://www. truth-out. org/fight-make-education-guaranteed-right-chilean-students-vs-nations-president/1314638583. bankruptcy three 1. formerly released as a together authored opinion column ‘Reflections at the Blockade, a Tricontinental imaginative and prescient, and the ability to percentage. The Promise of Cuba’ in Counterpunch, Weekend version October 7-9, 2011. It built as a together authored sequence editors’ Preface to Anne Hickling-Hudson, Jorge Corona Gonzalez and Rosemary Preston (eds. ) (2012) The means to proportion: A examine of Cuba’s overseas Cooperation in academic improvement, big apple and Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 2. See Robert C. younger (2003) Postcolonialism. a truly brief advent, Oxford & manhattan: Oxford collage Press. three. See George Galloway (2006), Fidel Castro guide, London & ny: MQ courses Ltd, p. 206. four. younger, op. cit, p. 17. five. See Saskia Sassen’s interview within the Italian left wing day-by-day, Il Manifesto, seventeenth August 2011 with the identify: ‘Con i riots l. a. storia volta pagina’ (‘History turns a brand new leaf with the riots’). The reference this is to the hot riots in England yet connections also are made with different protests in Europe, particularly Madrid and Greece. Sassen sees ancient analogies with the transition from modernity. 6. Anne Hickling-Hudson, Jorge Corona Gonzalez and Rosemary Preston (eds. ) (2012) The ability to percentage: A research of Cuba’s foreign Cooperation in academic improvement, manhattan and Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 7. Humberto Marquez (2005). Venezuela pronounces itself illit-eracy-free. Inter Press provider information employer. twenty eighth October, 2005. http://www. ipsnews. net/africa/interna. asp? idnews=30823 Retrieved October 2, 2011. eight. Mike Cole, (2011). Racism and schooling within the united kingdom and the USA: in the direction of a socialist replacement. ny & London: Palgrave Macmillan. nine. See http://www. ecosherpa. com/news/cuba-only-country-with-sustainable-development/ we're indebted to Professor Paul J speed from the collage of Malta for making this resource and the one who follows recognized to us. 10. John Bachtell: ‘Cuba indicates that planet Earth should be kept with the assistance from environmentally sustainable socialism‘ in greenblog 09/03/09, http://www. green-blog. org/2009/09/03/cuba-shows-that-planet-earth-can-be-saved-with-the-help-from-environmentally-sustainable-socialism/ bankruptcy four 1. formerly released as an opinion column ‘Nicaragua’s Pedagogical attempt 30 Years on’ in Truthout, Saturday 30 October 2010 2. Zuniga, M. (1993), ‘Popular schooling and Social Transformation in Nicaragua’ (Zuniga interviewed via Peter Mayo) in schooling (Malta), Vol. five, No. 1. , pp. 33-40. three. Interview with Zuniga in Carmel Borg and Peter Mayo (2007), Public Intellectuals, Radical Democracy and Social events. A booklet of Interviews, ny: Peter Lang. four. Zuniga (1993) op. cit. five. For a accomplished appraisal of the literacy and renowned schooling campaigns in Nicaragua and the remainder of the country’s academic process, see Robert Arnove’s 1986, schooling and Revolution in Nicaragua, big apple: Praeger, and its sequel schooling as Contested Terrain Nicaragua (1979-1993), Boulder: Westview Press.

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