Wednesday, 04 January 2012 19:16
Test scores lend credence to students’ year-long calls for education reform.
Scores from Chile’s annual University Selection Test (PSU) were released late Tuesday night, revealing an increasing achievement gap between public and private schools in Chile. These results add weight to the increasing demands for a fairer and more equal university admission process in Chile.Photo courtesy of Josué Goge/flickrLogin to read more.
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Shortly after graduating from Beloit College in 2011, David booked a flight to Chile and found a passion for journalism at The Santiago Times.
Outside the Times, David has been published by organizations such as the World Policy Institute and the Midwest Journal for Undergraduate Research. He likes to keep up to date on current events around the world, and has a particular interest in the Americas.