“A United Nations report released earlier this week revealed that 20 percent of teenagers in Latin American countries between the ages of 11 and 18 do not attend schools.

The Economic Commission For Latin America and the Caribbean and the United Nations Children’s Fund co-published the Adolescents: The Right to Education and Future Well-being study that was released Monday with the purpose of drawing attention to problems in Latin American education systems and propose equality-oriented policies.”

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