Investing in youth is one way to overcome Latin America’s current economic slowdown, but many youth lack the skills to be productive in society. How can governments invest in youth to consolidate long-term growth?
La importancia de los primeros años de vida sobre la formación del capital humano es ampliamente reconocida. ¿Cómo podemos asegurar una oferta de servicios de calidad?
On March 20, 2017, the Inter-American Dialogue hosted the launch of a new report published by CAF-Development Bank of Latin America called “RED 2016: More Skills for Work and Life: the Contribution of Families, Schools, Jobs, and the Social Context,” which analyzes skill development in Latin America.
¿Cuál es el estado de la calidad educativa en América Latina?
Measuring early childhood development (ECD) at the national level is crucial for informing policy-making and for evaluating ECD programs in Latin America.
The low skills levels of Latin America’s workforce have led to productivity issues that limit the region’s growth potential.
While access to education in Latin America has increased significantly, school dropout remains a critical issue, particularly among the vulnerable youth.
CIEPLAN, one of Chile’s (and Latin America’s) leading think tanks, celebrated its 40th anniversary on November 7th in Santiago
Seis áreas prioritárias para transformar a qualidade da educação na América Latina são analisadas no relatório “Construindo uma Educação de…
The lack of adequate skills represents a bottleneck to productivity growth and to the ability of workers to obtain gainful employment in Latin America.