In Costa Rica, it pays to go to school

Photo caption: Students carry national flags, as they take part of a parade to commemorate Costa Rica's independence day in San Jose, Sept. 15, 2004. (Roger Benavidez JC/Reuters) SAN JOSE, Costa Rica — Costa Rica seems to have found the key to getting Full Story »

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Irene Muniz
3.3
by Irene Muniz - Nov. 18, 2010

This is not a new topic. Many Latin American countries, from what I've read, have tried this type of system. I think the article needed more information, as well as other interviews. I would've interviewed kids, families that are benefitting from this initiative. Overall, the reporter gives many statistics, but fails to mentions where they come from until about a few paragraphs in. I don't think it transitions well, but overall it's relevant information.

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