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Improving Education in Latin America

In Latin America, like in many of the world’s emerging and growing economies, access to equalizing factors such as education, financial inclusion, employment, and legal infrastructure is patchy and biased towards demographics that are already wealthy or live within easy access to established infrastructure. This creates a “trap” for populations living in distributed communities, or the urban poor, who are not adequately served by the country’s infrastructure.