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 has been manager of the social sector at the Inter-American Development Bank since 2017. He leads an interdisciplinary team convinced that the best investment Latin American and Caribbean countries can make is in their human capital. To that end, the sector works on public policies that reduce poverty and inequality through projects in education, labor markets, health and social protection. In all its work, the sector seeks to foster a more productive region that affords equal opportunities to men and women and is more fully inclusive of the most vulnerable populations. Marcelo has a bachelor’s degree in economics and political science from the Universidad del Salvador in Buenos Aires, a master’s in public policy from Georgetown University and a doctoral degree (ABD) in government and public policy from the same institution.