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Two Nations and ESD.
Analysis of the Implementation of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in Ecuador and Swden for grades 1 to 10.
Master Thesis: Environmental Sciences, Policy & Management; University of Lund, Sweden
The end of the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development in the present year marked a scenario to evaluate the achievement made among nations. However the success of implementation of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) is not equal as well the information available on the subject depens on the country. The aim of the thesis is to deliver a current status and recommendations for improvement on the implementation of ESD for Basic General Education (grades 1th to 10th) in Ecuador. The approach carryed out an analysis in different levels; from the national policy till school reality generatin information from the whole system. In order to make recommendations for the improvement, Sweden was chosen as mentor country to be compared against. In Ecuador was found that Education for Sustainable Development was included without being directly named, through the ″Good Living Concept″ but remained only conceptual. Sweden in the other hand, does not possess a national action plan for the implementation of ESD, it is already found into the National Laws and Regulations wich are supported by individual work carried by municipalities, organizations, teachers NGOS, and Swedish citizens through diverse programs and initiative to implement ESD in schools. Within the analysis of Ecuador, the ″good living concept″ presents a great opportunity to d be used to introduce further ESD into the curricula. Meanwhile from the Swedish national initiatives, that could be adapted to Ecuador it the use of motivational programs as the Green Flag Award or the Sustainability School Award. Finally the level of implementation of ESD should be further monitored in order to improve the results.
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