Politica educativa y cambio institucional en Mexico: Un estudio interpretativo de una iniciativa de reforma en la educacion superior

Maria Teresa Esquivel, University of Texas at El Paso

Abstract

This interpretive qualitative study examines the links between education reform in higher education and institutional practices. In particular, it analyzes the Program for Faculty Development (PRODEP) formerly known as the Professorate Improvement Program (PROMEP), contextualizing it within the entire reform process, as it was implemented at a public university in northern Mexico. The study provides information on changes of the administrative functions that the institutional managers found themselves to be forced to make, due to new regulations enforced by federal educational institutions. Moreover it also describes from the perspective of institutional administrators and professors, the interpretation and practice translated into concrete works, in light of the initiative for change. The study aims to provide information that can be used for further research related to the implementation of educational policies at the higher levels. ^

Subject Area

Higher education administration|Educational leadership|Education policy

Recommended Citation

Esquivel, Maria Teresa, "Politica educativa y cambio institucional en Mexico: Un estudio interpretativo de una iniciativa de reforma en la educacion superior" (2016). ETD Collection for University of Texas, El Paso. AAI10118193.
http://digitalcommons.utep.edu/dissertations/AAI10118193

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