Since December, students have brought Albania’s public universities to a standstill with protests against higher education reforms. In an interview, Esmeralda Shehaj and Armando Memushi discuss the students’ grievances and the implications for Prime Minister Edi Rama’s government.
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has moved to undo the previous administration’s reform of Mexico’s troubled public education system. In an interview, Alexandra Zapata discusses Lopez Obrador’s education platform and explains why she is not optimistic for the country’s public school students.
The Paraguayan government, led by freshly sworn-in President Mario Abdo Benitez, announced the launch of a national dialogue on education reform last month. In an interview, Andrew Nickson explains why this process probably won’t spur the kinds of changes needed to improve Paraguay’s dysfunctional schools.