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rales of what would be the first school in Mexico ran following the principles of John Lancaster: the Escuela del Sol. Inspired by the beliefs of the Enlightenment . Title, Las escuelas lancasterianas en la ciudad de México: Author, Dorothy T. Estrada. Export Citation, BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. ; William Fowler, “The élite and the Compania Lancasteriana in ; Tanck, “Las escuelas lancasterianas en la ciudad de Mexico”, p.

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The history of the curriculum is a window to observe the changes and permanences of the school and of the educational system as a whole and for understanding social transformations. The aim of this article is to explain how the curriculum of the primary school Mexico of the nineteenth century was changed from one centred on Catholic formation towards a secular curriculum.

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The school curriculum was one of the spearheads to build the state and society projects imagined by the different groups fighting for the control of power. I described how religious education was officially promoted, notwithstanding the political ups and downs that led to differentiate educational policies in federal systems and centralist regimes. Later, I explain how religious education was omitted from the official curriculum, replacing the space with courses of laic morals, with the consequent difficulty of introducing a new subject.


Then I analyse how political circumstances led to a radicalization of liberal positions and to the prohibition not only of religious content, but also of symbols, rites and persons linked with religious vows.

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Finally, secular education, understood in a complex lancaxteriana, began to be demanded not only in public schools but also in private schools. Due to the nature of this article and the spatial limitations I have privileged the follow-up of the legislative history of education, based on primary sources and secondary sources for the understanding of the different contexts that determine this long journey.

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Abstract The history of the curriculum is a window to observe the changes and permanences of the school and of the educational mrxico as a whole and for understanding social transformations.

Keywords Primary school curriculum; State and education; secular education; religious education; 19th Century. References Acta Constitutiva y de Reformas.


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