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Educational Reform in Latin America (A CFR Paper)

Authors: Allison L.C. de Cerreño and Cassandra Pyle

This report states that in the face of rapid and exponential urbanization, Latin American countries must now begin to focus on a variety of social issues. For example, while national economies are indeed growing, there are still great disparities in in-come and wealth; and though few countries can now be considered authoritarian, many still have not implemented all the changes at all levels of society which are necessary to become truly democratic.

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