Early Childhood Development in Latin America: A Cost-Effective Poverty Eradication Strategy

Milagros Nores, NIEER’s Associate Director of Research, joined Columbia University’s celebration of 50 years of Latin American studies at the school by speaking about early childhood education research and policy at “A Conversation on Education Across the Americas.” This event featured a panel made up of alumni from the university’s Teachers College. The other panelists were Ryan Burgess (Inter-American Development Bank), Veronica Cabezas (Universidad Católica de Chile), Paulo Da Silva (New York University), Adrian Franco (Federal Reserve Bank of New York), and Adriana Vilela (Organization of American States). The entire event was recorded and can be watched on Teachers College’s YouTube page. Dr. Nores’ presentation was entitled “Early Childhood Development in Lation America: A Cost-Effective poverty eradication srategy.”

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