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The paper deals with four of the Mexican government' educational policies derived from the National Accord to Modernize Basic and Normal Education (Acuerdo Nacional para la Modernización de la Educación Básica y Normal –ANMEB–) signed in may, 1992. These are: the decentralization of basic education; curricular renovation and the production of textbooks and educational material; reforms to teachers' working conditions; and society's participation in education. The study was done by means ofdoaj:ed7069145d9d4f3aa7dccb3363d613a8 fatcat:dbz467lufrewfodtiqcxgsf4qy