Reflexiones sobre la profunda crisis educativa de ALC y nuestro papel como socios para el desarrollo

By Claudia Salazar Suárez & Rebecca Stone

September 20, 2022   |   0 comments

An estimated 3.5 million children in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) dropped out of school during the pandemic. The statistics are mindboggling and unsettling. The consequent sense of urgency, while overdue, is an undeniable opportunity. ...
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Reflections on LAC’s profound education crisis and our role as development partners

By Claudia Salazar Suárez & Rebecca Stone

September 20, 2022   |   0 comments

An estimated 3.5 million children in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) dropped out of school during the pandemic. The statistics are mindboggling and unsettling. The consequent sense of urgency, while overdue, is an undeniable opportunity. ...
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Decoding LAC’s reading problem

Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) has a longstanding “reading problem,” which has deepened with the impact of the pandemic on the region’s education system. ...
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Choosing Education: A Somali Girl from an IDP Camp Finds Her Way to The Classroom

From a very young age, Amran Abukar Ali longed to go to school. But as the oldest child, Amran was depended on to help support the family. ...
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READ II Support Improves Reading, Motivates Educators and Students

Odola, Ethiopia--When Tarikua Tesfaye completed the second grade in 2020, she was frustrated. She still couldn’t read, and even struggled to identify the letters and sounds of the alphabet. ...
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