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SARTELLI, Eduardo  and  DE LUCA, Romina. El falso problema de la privatización educativa a la luz de la crisis orgánica: Argentina, 2003-2015. Hallazgos [online]. 2019, vol.16, n.31, pp.91-117. ISSN 1794-3841.

This article analyzes the evolution of public and private enrollment at the primary and secondary level in Argentina in the period from 2003 to 2014. It discusses with other academic studies that assert that this period coincides with an increase in the levels of educational privatization. It shows, from crisscrossing educational data, educational and population performance, that the evolution of private enrollment does not accelerate its pace and its expansion follows the economic cycle. On the other hand, it is shown how the state enrollment is conditioned by the evolution of internal performance indicators and educational policy. At the secondary level, it is concluded that the trend corresponds to a greater nationalization and fragmentation of the level. It is affirmed as a hypothesis that the population sub-registries and improvements in the internal school performance prevent seeing the greater nationalization of the Argentine educational system and the changes that operate in the different educational modalities. It is argued that these changes are related to the transformations and the organic crisis of society at a general level. From a materialist theoretical perspective, it is understood the school dynamics traversed by the changes in the social relations of production, situation that explains the growing degradation and school nationalization.

Keywords : educational system; privatization; trends; nationalization.

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