Monday, September 6, 2010

Educational Gaps Limit Brazil’s Reach - By Alexei Barrionuevo (The New York Times)

One of Brazil’s least educated presidents — Mr. da Silva completed only the fourth grade — soon became one of its most beloved, lifting millions out of extreme poverty, stabilizing Brazil’s economy and earning near-legendary status both at home and abroad. But while Mr. da Silva has overcome his humble beginnings, his country is still grappling with its own ... read more

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