Written in February 2016 to express the potential of the Pacific Alliance to improve effective learning in Latin America. When reading this article imagine it is the year 2030.
It is the year 2030, teachers and knowledge run without borders along the highways, and facilities built in four countries, spearheading similar initiatives across the region. We have teachers from the Pacific Alliance studying and interning at schools in these countries thanks to the technology and institutional capacity of ministries and congresses that facilitated partnerships between the education systems, strengthening learning of all kinds. Universities, too, have joined this wave of integration and adopted flexible models of accreditation to validate credit courses. (más…)