Mexico’s education reform controversy becomes focus ahead of presidential elections

Mexico’s education reform controversy becomes focus ahead of presidential elections
 

It was a flagship policy of Mexico’s president Enrique Peña Nieto: an ambitious reform programme which would revolutionize the country’s education system, improve standards, tame an all-powerful teachers’ union and crack down on rampant corruption – such as wages for non-existent “ghost teachers”.
Five years after it was launched, the plan has barely affected standards: Mexico still ranks last in education among the 35 Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries.
And the ministry which is overseeing the reform has now been plunged into controversy after an... read more

 
15 May 2018 in Learning, Views: 55
Source: Guardian
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