Shortly after Juan Domingo Perón’s inauguration as constitutional president of Argentina on 4 June 1946, the educational system took central stage in the Peronist administration. One important motivation was to integrate “all levels of education into one system”. A series of reforms, laws, “pedagogic methods,” technical education, ��Peronist’ textbooks, to name a few, were part of the grand scheme to achieve “spiritual unity” and transcend the values of nationalism and religion.
ANALYZE the objectives and reforms implemented on behalf of the educational system that celebrated the values of Peronism and modernization of education.
Length: 750 words maximum – Provide word count
Essay should be typed and double-spaced. Cite all quotations and paraphrases. Writing is NOT a series of continuous quotations. Make it clear to the reader that you read the text carefully.
Write a thesis statement (central argument) in your introduction, then develop the thesis and provide historical evidence (body of your essay), and end with a closing paragraph.
Use Chicago Manual of Style.
Example, Footnote or End note:
Mariano Ben Plotkin, Mañana es San Perón: a Cultural History of Perón’s Argentina (Lanham, MD: Scholarly Resources, Inc., 2003), 92.
 Mariano Ben Plotkin, Mañana es San Perón: a Cultural History of Perón’s Argentina (Lanham, MD: Scholarly Resources, Inc., 2003), 92.
 Ibid., 96.