Myth, Reality and Reform: Higher Education Policy in Latin America

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by Mark J. Drozdowski Contrary to a narrowly held belief, people in Latin America don’t speak Latin. If you’re so inclined, however, you could study the dead language at one of the region’s colleges and universities, the subject of  Myth, Reality and Reform: Higher Education Policy in Latin America. A product of editors Claudio de Moura Castro and Daniel C. Levy, the book was published in 1999 by the Inter-American Development Bank and distributed via Johns Hopkins University Press. I use the term “book” loosely here; the text is all of 105 pages. Myth reads as more of a strategy document or white paper treatise. And it reads fairly well. […]
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