Education and Progress in the South, 1938-1998
Report of the SREB Commission for Educational Quality

Publication 1998 | 22 pages | (98E06)
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In 1938, President Franklin D. Roosevelt called the South America’s  No. 1 economic problem. This report looks at progress over 60 years and finds remarkable progress, due in part to the region’s focused, long-term investments in education.