Issue 505 of New Internationalist
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How far is the world from the dream of universal education? Hazel Healy reports.
Can a US chain of profit-making schools really help the poor? By Patience Akumu.
The courageous efforts of Yemeni teachers, as reported by Sawsan al-Refaei.
People might not know what neoliberalism is, but they know things are broken. By Chris Coltrane.
Julio Etchart follows the ‘Che route’ to the remote spot in Bolivia where he was executed.
The Right has captured education. Hazel Healy looks at the political implications.
How second-chance schooling turned things around for Nyanrror Teresa Marial.
Mónica del Pilar Uribe Marín praises Colombia’s best-known pedagogical export, Escuela Nueva.
Why are we suckers for stories about the battle of the sexes? Gavin Evans writes.
In Peru, private corporations are hiring public law enforcers, writes Stephanie Boyd.
The wealthy West is an irresistible dream to many Bolivians, Amy Booth discovers.
An inner-city neighbourhood in north London has a radical plan to fight gentrification, writes Alessio Perrone.