School Improvements Studied in Latin America Throughout Latin America, political and education officials are considering long-term plans to improve the region's struggling public schools. Researchers recently met in the Dominican Republic to discuss education strategy. A successful public school in one of Santo Domingo's worst neighborhoods could serve as a model for schools elsewhere in Latin America. NPR's Claudio Sanchez reports.
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Throughout Latin America, political and education officials are considering long-term plans to improve the region's struggling public schools. Researchers recently met in the Dominican Republic to discuss education strategy. A successful public school in one of Santo Domingo's worst neighborhoods could serve as a model for schools elsewhere in Latin America. NPR's Claudio Sanchez reports.