Latin America and the Caribbean: Caribbean

Providing baseline indicators for precarious populations: Evidence from the Haiti National Evaluation 2017

Climate change has become an inevitable consequence of modern human standards of living and consumption. While sea level rise endangers cities around the world, small...
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Global Policies and Local meanings: School choice without vouchers

The influence of recent global trends in education has lent itself to the resignification of traditional national policies (Robertson & Verger, 2012; Verger, Lubienski &...
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Private School Choice and post-Materialism: What values are at stake?

School choice is a global phenomenon with significant variations in terms of conception, design, and viability. In the city of Buenos Aires, State funding to...
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