Construyendo una educación de calidad shows that children and young Latin Americans are not learning at acceptable levels and proposes the creation of social pacts to improve education quality.
La República Dominicana muestra progresos importantes en el sector educativo, pero todavía quedan espacios de mejora.
Remittances can build prosperity, rather than simply sustain survival, in communities throughout Central America.
How impact evaluation systems might help improve teacher policy in Latin America.
The US’ standing as the main consumer of Latin America’s oil exports is unraveling as China emerges as a major consumer of global oil supplies.
An examination of the OECD Teaching and Learning International Survey results.
Central American migration is linked to poverty, inequality, and violence in the region.
Principals play a key role in student achievement, teacher engagement, and the overall success of schools
There is little debate regarding the importance of teachers for learning. The real question is: how can we improve their effectiveness?
US citizens today are clearly unhappy with their government’s anti-drug policies.
The Inter-American Dialogue and Lynne Rienner Publishers are pleased to announce the release of The Changing Currents of Transpacific Integration: China, the TPP, and Beyond, co-edited by Adrian H. Hearn and Margaret Myers.
Unless resource nationalism can be made compatible with providing incentives for significant foreign participation, it may be too early to start trumpeting a bonanza for Latin America.
Fieldwork and regular engagement with remittance recipient households show that remittances are fungible
Over the past decade, China has become an increasingly important source of investment for developing countries. China’s investment, however, in the Caribbean is still minimal.
This report offers recommendations for Central American governments seeking to leverage the economic activities of migrants in a more integral manner.