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Katie Miller, Maria Jose Valencia, Daniel Herrera, Javier Soto, and Alejandro Contreras. Radio Education . Our issue. Our common theme is education. Over overarching social issue that we are attempting to solve is access to education in rural communities across Ecuador.

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our issue
Our issue

Our common theme is education.

Over overarching social issue that we are attempting to solve is access to education in rural communities across Ecuador.

Katie- Illiteracy

Maria Jose- Fiscal Versus Private School

Daniel- School Drop Out

Javier- Access in Rural Communities

Alejandro- Lack of Education in Rural Areas

what is it
What is it?
  • A lack of access to education based on geographical, economic, transportation, and qualified teachers.
data statistics
Data/Statistics
  • 90% of the children from the rural sector do not go on to secondary education compared to the national rate of 24% (2004).
  • An estimated 450,000 children and adolescents in these areas are still outside the system.
  • Among indigenous inhabitants in rural areas, illiteracy has reached about 1/3 of the population.
  • Social spending in Ecuador is comparatively lower than the rest of Latin America, consistently at about 6-7% of the GDP and the slight rise is attributed to pay raises for teachers. (2004)
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Table 3. Net enrolment by level, gender, area and ethnic group

  • Source: J. Ponce 2004 based on SIISE, INEC, census of population and housing.
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Table 5. Percentage of illiterates (population of 15 years and over)

Average length of schooling (population of 24 years and over), by gender, area and ethnic group

Source: J. Ponce 2004 based on SIISE, INEC, census of population and housing. 2001.

impact of issue
Impact of issue
  • Individual- The innate yearning for knowledge and ability to access lifelong learning through reading. Ability to access or use common means of communication.
  • Community- Ability to communicate amongst individuals. Participation of citizens.
  • Country- Ability to proliferate on a global level. Enhance economy.
stakeholders
Stakeholders
  • Those who suffer- Anyone who is illiterate.
    • Views/Resistance- People not be willing to put forth effort, including costs, travel, time.
  • Those who benefit- People who receive funds dispersed that should normally go to education.
    • Views/Resistance- Money is needed in other places. Not urgent.
  • Maintains problem- Government (i.e. Ministero de Educacion). People who do not find the value of education.
    • Views/Resistance- Other problems are more urgent. Rural communities many not contribute to the rest of society.
selling the issue
Selling the issue
  • Visit communities. Assess levels of literacy.
  • Gain support of volunteers in urban communities with the use of advertisement.
  • Show government officials the financial benefit for the country as a whole as the general population is better educated.
  • Hire researchers to gather and present data.
current policies
Current policies
  • Other programs
    • Government has recently increased federal spending on public education.
    • FundacionUvia- College online.
  • Other countries
    • Reading Across America
    • Reading to Learn (Australia)
    • Read for the Record
    • One Laptop Per Child

(add about the policies and intervention program pros/cons as well as their deficiencies)

our solution
Our solution
  • Overview
    • Our proposition is that the Ministerio de Educacion would provide radios and, ideally, textbooks to families in rural communities.
  • How it will address issue
    • Radios will provide a way for communities to have access to basic education without traveling and without spending a large amount of time or money.
  • Our basis
    • No infrastructure is reasonable in many of these areas. Similarly, staffing will be minimal. For that reason, radio is the most cost-effective and accessible option.
  • How will it help?
    • Although it will not be fully comprehensive, it will allow those who chose to put value into education to have access they want or need.
  • Stakeholders
    • Ministerio de Educacion
    • Government
    • Local, rural community leaders
social positioning
Social positioning
  • Teachers
    • Educated
    • Likely bilingual
    • Will expect reasonable salaries
  • Government
    • Many agendas to consider or address
    • Logistical thought
    • Well educated and would not be likely to face sufferers
  • Community leaders
    • Responsible for daily life
    • Have specific community agendas
    • Daily encounter those who suffer
  • Rural families
    • Few financial resources
    • Place less value on progressive education than daily life needs
    • Cannot compare levels of education
our positioning
Our positioning
  • We have a unique position. We have a diverse group. Our Ecuadorian group members will be able to help us access the proper people.
  • We all come from a background of solid education. So they may think we cannot relate.
  • However, our experience with education will help us to organize a successful program.
acceptance
Acceptance
  • Community
    • Acknowledgement by government
    • Free
    • Ability to contribute to society
  • Target population
    • Desire for knowledge
    • Small commitment
  • Cultural challenges
    • Convincing need for education
    • Language barriers
    • Threatened by teachers
    • Machismo
strengths and weaknesses
Strengths and weaknesses
  • Strengths
    • General knowledge of population
    • Economical growth
    • Cheap solution
    • Broad access
  • Weaknesses
    • Easy to avoid
    • Required travel to remote areas
    • Responsibility of community members
    • Rural communities value immediate needs
    • Little face to face interaction/feedback
impact on individual problem
Impact on individual problem
  • Katie- Will enhance statistics of illiteracy for the country as a whole.
  • Javier- Directly allows access for more people in rural communities.
  • Alejandro- Access to rural education.
  • Daniel- Radio education could be available to dropouts. Also access for people who may have avoided school.
  • Majo- Radio education could supplement deficiencies in fiscal schools.
sources
Sources

INEC. (2001). VI Cense de Poblaciony V de Vivienda. Quito.

UNESCO. (2012). UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning. Retrieved February 16, 2012, from Effective Literacy Practice: www.unesco.org/uil/litbase/?menu=1

UNICEF. (2010, March 2). Ecuador. Retrieved February 15, 2012, from UNICEF www.unicef.org/infobyvountry/ecuador_statistics.html#77

United Nations Development Programme. (2012). Programa de lasNacionesUnidaspara el Desarrollo.

Retrieved February 16, 2012, from United Nations Development Programme: www.undp.org.ec

Vazquez, L. (2008). Ecuador: Su Realidad. Quito, Ecuador: Fundacion Jose Peralta.

Nea's read across america. (2012). Retrieved from www.nea.org

Reading to learn. (2012). Retrieved from www.readingtolearn.com.au

Jumpstart for young children. (2011). Retrieved from www.jstart.org