Tuesday, 01 May 2012 17:20
Article says Chile’s education movement should act as a warning to American citizens.
Chilean politicians were still licking their wounds after a scathing critique by The Economist
when just two weeks later they received another battering from a key player in the international press on Sunday. Increasingly iconic student leader Camila Vallejo continues to lead education movement, despite criticism from international press. (Photo by Alejandro Bonilla/Flickr)Login to read more.
About the writer
Struan Campbell Gray
Struan recently completed a BA in Journalism and Cultural Studies at Cardiff University, and has studied film production in California. As a surfer, it was the pursuit of perfect waves that initially led him to Chile, however, he was soon charmed by the natural beauty and cultural heritage of the country. His home town, in south west England, is at the centre of the drive towards a post oil economy in the UK, and he is keen to explore such initiatives in Latin America.