Mexico's union stymies school reform

07/14/2004 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Mexico's National Education Workers Union holds veto power over the curriculum, adamantly opposes modernization and brokers teacher positions for thousands of dollars. Observers blame the powerful union for creating a deplorable national public education system, whose quality the World Economic Forum ranked as 74th out of 102 nations surveyed.

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