Sarah Stanton joined the Inter-American Dialogue in 2017 as a Program Associate in the Education Program. Before coming to the Dialogue, she worked with the Education Sector of UNESCO-Brazil to conduct an analysis of state-level teacher policies. She has also worked as a Program Administrator with Bilingual Education for Central America (BECA) in Honduras and taught English to grades 7-10 in the United States and Honduras. She graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University, where she received her BA in Government and Spanish, and completed an M.S.Ed. in International Educational Development at the University of Pennsylvania.
Educational inequality is a critical issue in Latin America. The Inter-American Guide on Strategies to Reduce Educational Inequality presents ten policy strategies that have proven effective at reducing levels of educational inequality.
Un nuevo informe publicado por CAF – Banco de Desarrollo de América Latina y el Diálogo Interamericano describe cómo los países latinoamericanos han buscado mejorar la pertinencia de la formación de capital humano y qué intervenciones pueden potenciar y mejorar las intervenciones existentes.
Delivered to Congress on September 7th, the US Government Strategy on Basic Education is a five-year guiding document to orient and coordinate the work of ten government departments and agencies. The Strategy represents a significant achievement—the first time that there has been an integrated, government-level plan for improving basic education…