The current spread of coronavirus poses a major public health challenge to every country in the world. Schools and their administrators may be the next in line to face the test, as these institutions have traditionally been a key channel of contagion of all sorts of illnesses. Let’s take a look at the case of China—when the virus became endemic, school authorities postponed … [Read more...] about Schools and coronavirus – three urgent challenges and one necessary transformation
Marcelo Cabrol is Manager of the IDB Social Sector. Under his leadership, the sector supports countries to build public policy solutions to reduce poverty and improve the education, work, social protection and health services that citizens receive. Previously, he served as Manager of the IDB's Office of External Relations and as head of the Education Division, a role from which he redefined the Bank's strategy and priorities, forming alliances with institutions in various sectors and expanding the scope and quality of various education programs in Latin America. Marcelo has a degree in economics and is a graduate of Georgetown University (Master and PhD ABD) in Public Policy and Government. He was also an adjunct professor at Georgetown University and at the Universidad del Salvador (Argentina).