Is the Latin American education system broken? There is a certainly a sense that it is not working as well as it should. Some believe under-par schools and teachers are one of the root causes of the region’s poor economic performance, certainly when compared to other parts of the developing world such as Asia. Here, we look at some of the arguments, plus the reforms being attempted by different countries.

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