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Privatization of education in Latin America and the Caribbean

"Privatized education" is a series of interviews addressing the issue of privatization of education in Latin America and the Caribbean. Through interviews with researchers, the material draws attention to the growing privatization of education in the region, and its impact on the realization of the human right to education.

Source: peopleoverprof.it

Business associations are positioning themselves in favor of the privatization of education

Business associations in Latin America and the Caribbean are positioning themselves in favor of the privatization of education. Among the most recent examples, one can cite the Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture of Panama, which is proposing the creation of private schools, on the basis that this will constitute savings for the State; and the National Chamber of Commerce and Services of Uruguay, which reported an article in which it is mentioned that legislation allowing the existence of private institutions, but free, would be the beginning of a necessary "education revolution".

Source: peopleoverprof.it