El analfabetismo en el Perú y el intento por erradicarlo
Palabras clave:Illiteracy, education, illiterate rate
Age should not be considered a discriminatory element to deny access to education to older people. The acquisition of knowledge is part of fundamental human rights. The present article aims to present illiteracy as a human and social phenomenon with educational connotations and, as a secondary objective, to know and evaluate the literacy projects carried out by the Ministry of Education to eradicate illiteracy. His method is based on documentary-type research. As a technique, it uses the analysis of the current context of educational opportunities for older illiterates. In relation to the population, sample and sample unit of study, we do not work with people because the study is documentary in nature. The question arises: Can Peru eradicate illiteracy by 2022? The investigation revealed that of the literacy projects carried out by the Ministry of Education for 76 years, the latest and most ambitious is the "Zero Literacy Plan in Peru", applied for four years and has served 2,700,000 people. of which one million 670 thousand already know how to read and write, and five hundred thousand are about to do so. It is concluded that after fifteen years to achieve a country "with zero illiterates" there are significant advances, but it is required that the modalities of adult education focus on human and cultural attention so that in this way it has effects on their lives as subjects social.
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