This research on the Educacion con Participacion de Communidad (EDUCO) rural schools in El Salvador examined the nature of the reform and its impact on parent involvement and engagement for the local community; the underlying economic and political ideologies of EDUCO; and interpreted these findings to uncover the implications of the reform for democratic participation for the local school and community and for the more broadly constructed meaning of democracy, nationally and internationally.
Desmond, Cheryl T.
EDUCO Schools in El Salvador: A Democratic Tree in a Globalized Forest?.
Vol. 38 Issue (2).
Retrieved from: https://trace.tennessee.edu/internationaleducation/vol38/iss2/2