A report on public expenditure on education in Latin America, commissioned by UNESCO’s Office in Montevideo is now published under open license and available for download.

The report “Public Spending in Latin America: Does It Fulfill the Declaration of Paris’ Suggestions for Open Educational Resources?”  was originally written in Spanish by Amalia Hernández Toledo in collaboration with Carolina Botero and Luisa Guzmán, researchers with Fundación Karisma. The English version is available now.

It seeks to identify and analyze the investment and expenditure policies reported by five Latin American governments for developing and procuring school textbooks, as well as digital content for primary and secondary school.

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