Will Social Mobility Be a Casualty of Brazil’s Higher Education Cuts?

Teachers hold signs that read "To Fight is to Educate" during a protest demanding better salaries and labor conditions, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 3, 2014 (AP photo by Silvia Izquierdo).
Teachers hold signs that read "To Fight is to Educate" during a protest demanding better salaries and labor conditions, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 3, 2014 (AP photo by Silvia Izquierdo).

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