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Two NGOs to the rescue of education

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Worldfund and the Ayrton Senna Institute are working in Latin America to improve the quality of education from their positions as non-profit organizations. |   By Santiago Torrado   | There’s a movement underway in Latin America in which the civil societies of several countries have made education a priority, not just from the perspective of education for all, but rather of quality education for all.  “That’s the big difference,” said Marcelo Pérez Alfaro, a leading specialist in education at the Inter-American Development Bank. “Raising the flag so that the kids not only have classes, materials, professors, but also seeing […]
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