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How the region can improve education through public-private initiatives by David Ramirez Public-private alliances continue to gain influence in many socio-economic activities around the globe, including the educational system in Latin America and the Caribbean. Although the region’s spending in education as a share of GDP has been growing and now approaches OECD averages, quality still remains subpar. Latin Trade spoke to Antonio Caparrós, the manager of INICIA Educación, a private social investment fund focused on educational initiatives in the Dominican Republic, to learn about their experience in the field. What is behind the region’s educational gap? There are two […]
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