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Education in Latin America: Challenges in quality, performance and investment

Even though education is one of the most important and essential building blocks in life and of a successful future, many countries seem to lag behind or stick with old-fashioned ways of teaching. But in an increasingly competitive world, education systems must keep up. Latin Trade spoke with Felipe Barrera,  Associate Professor of Education and Economics at Harvard, for his view on how to identify good teachers, the current discussion about improving methods and incentives, and the changing role of teacher . Identifying a good teacher In Ecuador there was an experiment where children entering the system for the first […]
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