In this event, I will present a poster about the process of alphabetic literacy that is happening at the moment in the indigenous communities of Coriviri and Machacoyo in the region of Ayllu Pacajes in Bolivia. The goal is to observe the impact of introducing alphabetic literacy in these communities.The work is a preliminary cut of a master's research under the guidance of Prof. William Mineo Tagata. This is an investigation of the alphabetic literacy process that is taking place in Bolivia, more specifically in the indigenous communities of Coriviri and Machacoya, in the Ayllu Pacaje region. With the promulgation of the new constitution in 2007 based on the premise that when acquiring writing, indigenous languages of oral tradition become as important as the dominant language, the current Bolivian government incorporated them into the formal educational curriculum, along with Spanish, official language of the country. Therefore, this research is investigating whether the educational processes that are being implemented in the Ayllu Pacajes region represent an indigenous perspective or a hegemonic perspective, if they are in favor of the preservation of indigenous cultural capital in Ayllu Pacajes and how it is received by teachers and by the community. For this, I will do a qualitative ethnographic research where I will be inserted in the community as participant observer. In the period of coexistence with the community will be conducted interviews with the respondents as well as notes, diaries, corpus of texts about the field that will count with my impressions as a researcher. On this event I will present a poster talking about this research and I will receive sugestions and contributions of other researchers.