Système éducatif et inégalités sociales en Haïti. Le cas des écoles catholiques

Abstract : This article is a necessary implement for whoever tries to have elements on the Haitian educational system. It may also be helpful for those who try to understand the contradictions inherent the Haitian society. In the 18th Century, Haiti was the richest of the French colonies. It became a republic as early as 1804, which won it its fame as the first Black republic of the world. Today, the then rich country has become the poorest place in America, at the economic level. The present study is a particularly interesting for researchers in sociology and Education. It traces back the evolution of the Haitian educational system, its logics of unequality, its dichotomy between French and Creole and between the Christian religions (catholicism and protestantism) and the voodoo.
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Louis-Auguste Joint. Système éducatif et inégalités sociales en Haïti. Le cas des écoles catholiques. Contextes et Didactiques, Université des Antilles/ESPE, 2008. ⟨hal-02047029⟩

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