ALLIANCE FOR QUALITY EDUCATION. OR THE DECLINE OF THE SIX-YEAR EDUCATION POLICY. Gabriel Hernandez Santamaria. Since its introduction by the leadership of the National Union of Education Workers (SNTE) so-called Alliance for Quality Education was identified as a product of an imposition on the federal government for the presidency of the union body. The more severe signs of a principle which should be vertical or coercive, that is not the product of dialogue between those involved in education, that even passes over the Education Sector Plan 2007-2012, so its real aim is political and non-educational. Moreover international bodies like the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) held their appearance, ignoring “these international bodies – not a product of public policy but a proposal association more concerned with maintaining his power to help stop the development national education ..
This double vision has been maintained over the past two years But what really raises the Alliance and what are the concrete results? The Alliance consists of five axes, so I will give them a tour of both its principles and its results: 1. Modernization of schools. This axis consists of the program to strengthen the infrastructure and equipment in order to improve learning conditions, which shares 14,000 to equip classrooms with computer access New Information Technology and Communication Technologies (ICT). To assist It proposes to manage the creation of Social Participation School Councils to create model schools 50,000.