A year after AQ’s education issue, the COVID crisis has magnified learning inequality in the region.
Recent success could be undone – unless the region embraces bold ideas, says a leading expert on education in the COVID era.
In the outskirts of Buenos Aires, aggressive outreach programs aim to reduce dropout rates. Is it enough?
En la periferia de Buenos Aires, unos programas intensivos de alcance comunitario pretenden reducir las tasas de abandono escolar. ¿Será suficiente?
Brazilian NGO Gerando Falcões reaches hundreds of favelas by partnering with local activists.
Photographer Andrea Hernández Briceño depicts how the land provides a precarious solution to the country’s food shortages.
The little-known story of the 19th-century French invasion that gave rise to Cinco de Mayo.
The region had the world’s longest school closures. In this special report, AQ surveys the damage, while exploring possible solutions.
Despite grim statistics, a post-pandemic renaissance in learning is possible – if governments choose the right path.
Thoughtful investment in learning after the pandemic is a must for the region’s leaders.
A new book by Richard Lapper sheds light on Brazil’s culture of popular conservatism.
A Colombian novelist puts a fictional spin on the extraordinary biography of director Sergio Cabrera.
A pyrotechnic Brazilian pianist and a transgender Mexican “witch” put daring new twists on established musical convention.
A Swedish–Costa Rican director takes an unexpected approach to themes of sexuality and religious devotion.