Docentes en Primera Línea de Respuesta a la Emergencia Sanitaria en un Contexto de Vulneración de Derechos en el Ecuador

Translated title of the contribution: Teachers in the Front Line of Response to the Health Emergency in a Context of Rights Violation in Ecuador

Magaly Robalino Campos, Carlos Manuel Crespo Burgos, Maria Sol Villagomez Rodriguez, Maria Elena Ortiz Espinoza

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Abstract

The work is part of the regional research conducted by the ESTRADO Network in a group of Latin American countries with the purpose of knowing the effect of the pandemic on the working conditions of teachers. The results obtained, in the case of Ecuador, show the impact of a set of aspects, among them, the government's responses to the economic crisis aggravated by the pandemic; the measures adopted by the educational system to sustain educational continuity and the professional and economic situation of teachers at the time of social confinement, with the suspension of face-to-face activities and the transition to the distance mode. This study involved 670 teachers from public educational institutions (public system) of all educational levels, who responded voluntarily and anonymously to the survey available on the Internet.
Translated title of the contributionTeachers in the Front Line of Response to the Health Emergency in a Context of Rights Violation in Ecuador
Original languageSpanish (Ecuador)
Title of host publicationTrabajo Docente en Tiempos de Pandemia: Una Mirada Regional Latinoamericana
PublisherCriatus Design e Editora
Pages223-256
ISBN (Print)978-65-996053-1-4
StatePublished - 5 Oct 2021

CACES Knowledge Areas

  • 111A Education

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