Maria Ron Balsera present a photo exhibition about schools in developing countries
Visit symposium "Education and Social Inequality" to see how schools looks like in Africa and Asia.
Developing countries lose three times more to tax havens than they receive in international aid every year. Without these crucial tax revenue streams – particularly from large multinational corporations – governments struggle to cover all the vital costs of educating their country’s children, whether it is building schools, training teachers or providing learning materials.
- These pictures show different classroom settings from around the world and the efforts being made to overcome the poor state that many of these public schools are currently in. Primary education enrolment has significantly increased in most countries due to the abolition of fees, however the quality of public education is in decline, - Maria says.
All photos will be available at 431 audience, Myasnitskaya st 9/11. Maria Ron Balsera will make her presentation on April 20.
Registration is open here: https://conf.hse.ru/2016.