Navegando nas encruzilhadas educacionais: uma análise aprofundada do programa de educação dos povos indígenas (IPED) em Santol, La Union, Filipinas

Autores

  • Oscar Jr. Ancheta Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University-Mid La Union Campus. San Fernando City, LA Union (SFC-LU), Philippine. oancheta@dmmmsu.edu.ph https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5530-4288
  • Remalyn Q Casem Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University-Mid La Union Campus. San Fernando City, LA Union (SFC-LU), Philippines

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.48017/dj.v9i2.2998

Palavras-chave:

Educação Indigena, Métodos Mistos, Igorot

Resumo

Este estudo adentra no cerne da educação indígena, desvendando as complexidades do Programa de Educação dos Povos Indígenas (IPEd) em Santol, La Union, Filipinas. Fundamentado no contexto global dinâmico da educação como um direito humano fundamental e uma força transformadora na sociedade, esta pesquisa examina os sucessos, desafios e áreas que demandam melhoria dentro dessa iniciativa educacional focalizada. A literatura recente destaca o papel crucial da educação no desenvolvimento societal, enfatizando sua função como catalisador para os direitos humanos, sustentabilidade global e o empoderamento de comunidades marginalizadas. Apesar dos louváveis ​​arcabouços legislativos nas Filipinas e iniciativas globais como a política de Educação para Todos (EFA), desafios persistem para populações indígenas. Esta pesquisa contribui para o discurso em curso ao apresentar uma análise meticulosa da implementação do Programa IPEd, examinando as experiências de Santol, La Union. As descobertas prometem enriquecer políticas e práticas educacionais, alinhando-as com o cenário educacional global e nacional em evolução. Ao fazer isso, este estudo aspira abrir caminho para intervenções educacionais mais eficazes que ressoem com o contexto cultural único das comunidades indígenas e promovam uma abordagem holística para a educação, garantindo que ninguém seja deixado para trás na busca por uma educação de qualidade para todos.

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Biografia do Autor

Oscar Jr. Ancheta, Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University-Mid La Union Campus. San Fernando City, LA Union (SFC-LU), Philippine. oancheta@dmmmsu.edu.ph

0000-0001-5530-4288; Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University-Mid La Union Campus. San Fernando City,  LA Union  (SFC-LU), Philippine. oancheta@dmmmsu.edu.ph

Remalyn Q Casem, Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University-Mid La Union Campus. San Fernando City, LA Union (SFC-LU), Philippines

Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University-Mid La Union Campus. San Fernando City,  LA Union  (SFC-LU), Philippines. rcasem@dmmmsu.edu.ph

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2024-06-28

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Ancheta, O. J., & Casem, R. Q. (2024). Navegando nas encruzilhadas educacionais: uma análise aprofundada do programa de educação dos povos indígenas (IPED) em Santol, La Union, Filipinas. Diversitas Journal, 9(2). https://doi.org/10.48017/dj.v9i2.2998

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