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Volume 24, No. 39.
Olga Cossettini (1898 - 1987)

Volume 24, number 39 of the Journal of the History of Latin American Education -RHELA, recovers the memory of the Argentine teacher Olga Cossettini (1898-1987), pioneer of the Escuela Nueva in Santa Fe, Argentina, and is dedicated to "Academic and research networks". Rhela is by antonomasia the expression of the periodical publication of the Society for the History of Latin American Education (SHELA), so it is a commitment to present the progress of the networks that have been generated from this and alternative networks. In this sense, it is an experience that combines the work of research groups and networks, to present the results and the rate of social return of the same. Within the framework of the 30 years of the Hisula Group -UPTC (1992-2022), it is a commitment to present the productivity on the subject under study, since it has been the manager of networked knowledge. It is a necessary and urgent study, at a time when artificial intelligence challenges the production of knowledge resulting from research projects and with foundations in vulnerable and resilient contexts.


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EDITORIAL


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  1. Documento

    • Abstract 54
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