The Kellogg Institute welcomes Emiliana Vegas, co-director of the Center for Universal Education at The Brookings Institution.
Over the past decades, the government of Chile introduced education reforms aimed at raising student learning and reducing inequality, while maintaining the nation-wide school choice system introduced in 1981. Having provided technical advice and financial support for several of these key reforms, Vegas will discuss some of the key drivers behind the reforms, how data and evidence from Chile and other choice-based school systems helped inform the design, and some of the initial effects.
For more information, visit: https://kellogg.nd.edu/lecture-emiliana-vegas
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