Daniela Saez Cabezas joined the Inter-American Dialogue in 2019 as a program assistant with the Education team. She supports education policy research and projects that promote high-quality education in Latin America. Originally from Chile, she graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park with a BA in Political Science, focusing on International Relations and two minors International Development and Conflict Management and Korean Studies. Prior to joining the Dialogue, Daniela interned with The Brookings Institution, Riggs Alumni Center for the University of Maryland as well as conducted research with Faculty at the University of Maryland.
On December 9, the Regional Network for Measuring Early Childhood Development (REMDI), the Inter-American Dialogue, and the UNICEF Regional Office, convened a webinar to present and evaluate efforts across LAC countries to measure the impact of the pandemic on early childhood development.
On November 10, the Education Program at the Inter-American Dialogue, Medición Independiente de Aprendizajes, and UNESCO in Santiago, convened a virtual seminar to present ICAN and discuss how to measure learning during the pandemic.
Whose advice should education decision-makers in Latin America—and in middle-income countries in general—be taking? In an interesting initiative, Fernando Reimers has compiled a book of letters and recommendations to ministers and decision-makers in education (Letters to a New Minister in Education: Learning to Lead Education Systems). The Dialogue’s Education program…