IDB Technical Notes : A New Context for Teachers in Latin American and the Caribbean

 

School attendance in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) has increased exponentially in the last two decades, almost every child goes to primary school and access to preschool and high school is fast catching up. This increase in access has been mostly led by more attendance to school of previously excluded children and youth -poor, rural and indigenous populations-, which has created a heterogeneous pool of students with very diverse needs, abilities and interests. These changes impose new challenges and roles for teachers aiming to improve the quality of learning.

The Inter-American Development Bank Technical Notes encompass a wide range of best practices, project evaluations, lessons learned, case studies, methodological notes, and other documents of a technical nature. 

To download the document, click here: http://idbdocs.iadb.org/wsdocs/getDocument.aspx?DOCNUM=36887830

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