The Political Crisis in Ecuador: A Conversation with José Miguel Insulza

At the Inter-American Dialogue, José Miguel Insulza described the events of September 30, in which Ecuadoran police brought the country to a standstill after they rioted and trapped President Rafael Correa in a Quito hospital for several hours.

Bridget O'Loughlin

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Educational Change or Education for Change?

The Ecuadorian education system has improved since the previous 2006 report. Ecuador has achieved to expand enrollment in basic education and most students complete the six years of regulatory primary education. The new evaluation system not only monitors students, but also teachers, management and curriculum, making it easier to identify…

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The Challenge of Education in Ecuador

Characterized by fragmentation and instability, Ecuador has reached an agreement on the need to achieve universal basic education. Although there have been significant efforts in this regard, during the last two decades, there are still children in rural areas who do not yet attend school. Nor do all children in…

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