Tapia, María Nieves
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This piece of work highlights some of the identity characteristics of social commitment in Higher Education in the centenary of the Latin American University Reform movement, and frames service-learning within the challenges that the new millennium poses to Higher Education. In the second part, the various forms of curricular insertion of solidary service-learning practices in Higher Education are presented. The section includes a review of the solidarity practices established as mandatory requirements for graduation from national policies and from the institutional decisions of some universities. This publication promotes dialogue on the social mission of Higher Education in the 21st century.
Service-learning; Curriculum; Social engagement; Higher education; Social mision in Higher Education; Reform.