• The Dominican Republic should focus on redirecting the resources of the Ministry of Education towards activities that promote higher levels of student learning

    Oct 26 2016 PREAL Blog
  • It is important to consider how long Ministers of Education last because a short term poses difficulties to implementation

    Oct 4 2016 PREAL Blog
  • Chilean political parties are proud of the political stability and economic progress of the post-transition period. But the new generations demand more.

    Sep 23 2016
  • Recientemente la primera dama dijo que ella pensaba mandar a su hija a estudiar a Estados Unidos, “pero no la voy a mandar con un coyote, eso no lo haría nunca.”

    Sep 14 2016
  • Historically, the United States has not invited OAS observers. To some, this was an implicit argument that observers are a more useful tool for weaker or less-stable democracies.

    Sep 14 2016 Voces
  • The Honduran First Lady recently said that she would like to send her daughter to the United States to study, “but not with a coyote, that I would never do.”

    Sep 14 2016 Voces
  • El Quinto Informe Estado de la Región hace una fuerte apuesta por la educación para que Centroamérica eleve la productividad, mejore la equidad social e impulse la democracia.

    Sep 13 2016 PREAL Blog
  • Continuous political in Latin America is good reason for China to diversify its partnerships.

    Sep 8 2016
  • For anyone still wondering how Donald Trump came to be the Republican Party’s nominee for president of the United States, his surprise visit to Mexico on Wednesday for a meeting with President Enrique Peña Nieto offered some clues.

    Sep 2 2016 Voces
  • Widespread use of mobile phones in Latin America make them a learning tool with high potential in the region.

    Aug 5 2016 PREAL Blog
  • Every day Ecuador sinks deeper towards a state of outright crisis. In the face of an economic contraction, the country must overcome enormous obstacles to recovery and growth. Its politics don’t offer a clear way out and look more unpredictable every month.

    Aug 4 2016 Voces
  • For all of Peru’s economic gains, many voters have felt left out of the prosperity—and of the political process. To have a lasting impact as president, Kuczynski has to do better.

    Jul 28 2016 Voces
  • Though the threat of terrorism has caused alarm in Brazil, growing crime on the streets of Rio has emerged as the top concern during the Olympics.

    Jul 27 2016 Voces
  • In Latin America, African descendant youth are in the headlines in places like Brazil and Colombia, where more black youth are attending colleges and universities than ever before.

    Jul 21 2016 Voces
  • The Salvadoran Supreme Court ruling on the country’s amnesty law has been praised by human rights advocates, but could open a Pandora’s Box for a country that already faces daunting challenges.

    Jul 21 2016 Voces