Nov 26, 2014

The untold story of Ayotzinapa and Rural Normal

Forbes Mexico: "Most of our rural communities offers, among numerous shortcomings, the almost total disorganization, which places them in the broader underdevelopment. Their economic, social and cultural levels are barely noticeable. Many lack of arable land, water and other communications in almost all. The causes are scattered, "said Raúl Isidro Burgos generation students 1964-1970 Normal Teachers Ayotzinapa an afternoon of August 1970.

The reality portrayed academic, which gives its name to the Rural Normal of Guerrero, closely resembles the conditions that still prevail in most of the country. More than 46% of the Mexican population lives in poverty, while 11% live in extreme poverty, according to the latest data from the National Evaluation of Social Development Policy (Coneval). Read more. 

No comments:

Post a Comment