Latin American education systems may not be adequately preparing young people to undertake their roles as citizens.
Despite Escuela Nueva’s massive success and proven effectiveness, the model remains largely under-exploited in Latin America.
Standardized student evaluations provide a measure of the quality of teaching in different schools. But what impact can sharing the results with teachers and administrators have on their teaching and management practices?
The example of Cartagena´s Escuelas de Bancos presents one simple lesson: education planners and decision-makers need to pay more attention to community-generated solutions and non-formal education.
How can teacher pay policies incentivize better performance and improve learning outcomes?
On November 15 and 16, the First Latin American Forum on Early Childhood Development took place in Bogotá, Colombia.
English proficiency is one of the most valuable skills to have in our increasingly globalized economy. But English language programs in Latin America are not producing their intended results.
How can we make good use of technology to improve education quality?
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?