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Caribbean and Latin American dictators were once confident they could stash their corrupt earnings overseas. No longer.
The next president faces a spike in crime, the return of drug trafficking and social turmoil.
A unique government-UN partnership is starting to make headway.
As Argentina gears up for its presidential contest, a new election law boosts Cristina Fernández de Kirchner's re-election prospects.
Improving education and developing links between schools and the labor market can address the roots of the region's crisis in public safety.
The U.S. Race to the Top program, am ambitious plan to inject accountability into the educational system.
Inadequate schools explain why Afro-Brazilian students lag behind their peers.
How well are Latin American students performing compared to their peers in other countries and regions? We really don't know.
School reform needs innovation. Inertia and resistance to change threaten to close it off.

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