The article that we present exposes the contradictions between education for citizenship and school dropout. The first part analyzes the curricular initiatives in the Chilean educational policy with respect to education for citizenship in the school from the 90s to the year 2016. In the second part, dropout in secondary school and the daily reality of the subjects who leave school and feel abandoned by it, in contrast to the official curricular discourse, will be analysed. The experience of a denied citizenship, not being “part of the part” and not being able to benefit from the great right to education, is visible in the emerging matrices resulting from the analysis of the discourse of interviews with young people at risk of dropping out in Chile (in the north, centre and south of the country).
|Translated title of the contribution||Citizenship education curriculum and school dropout: Denied citizenship|
|Number of pages||18|
|Journal||Revista Portuguesa de Educacao|
|State||Published - 2018|