New public policies for supporting amateur sportsmen had been reecently motive of public discussions in Argentina. Among them, a new tax on cell-phone users which led to the creation of a specific state agency (ENARD). Olympic Games were a new chapter in this debate about which policies are best for promoting sports.
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Education in Argentina is reaching record high levels of public investment. Nonetheless, many families choose private schooling for their children. The relationship between the State and Teacher’s Unions is undergoing tensions which may delevop in the next few years. Which public policies could strengthen public schooling?
Ever since my childhood I have heard stories of the inefficiency of governmental institutions and forms of governance related to issues of health, schooling and so on. I always seen people dissatisfied with, and disapproving of, officers and legislators working at the administrative or legislative level – partly because they […]