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We are pleased to share a series of comments on the recent education reforms and accompanying teacher protests in Mexico:
- A Q and A from the Inter-American Dialogue’s Latin American Advisor, featuring Reyes Tamez Guerra, former secretary of education of Mexico; Jeffrey Puryear, vice president of social policy at the Inter-American Dialogue; Andrés Rozental, former deputy foreign minister of Mexico; and Sergio Bitar, former minister of mining, education, and public works of Chile.
- An article entitled, “Saldo de la reforma educativa: avances, deudas y desafíos pendientes,” by Marco Antonio Fernández, Director of Research at México Evalúa, published by Animal Político (in Spanish).
- An article entitled “8 Mitos y Realidades de la Reforma Educativa,” by Mexicanos Primero (in Spanish).