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Articles by Ana Canedo

Ana Canedo

Ana Canedo is a Masters of Public Administration student at Cornell University. She earned two bachelor’s degrees in economics and political science from ITAM, Mexico. Prior to Cornell, she worked as Research Coordinator of the Human Capital Division of CIDAC, an independent, not-for-profit think tank. She then served as Project Leader for the creation of the Tabasco Technology Transfer Center for the Energy Reform. She is currently an associate editor of The Cornell Policy Review and her research focuses on human capital, education and employment.

Mexico’s Education Reform: What went wrong?

Mexico has long been regarded a rising star among Latin American emerging market economies. President Enrique Peña Nieto’s major constitutional reforms prove Mexico is moving in the right direction. However, as Peña Nieto launches into the second half of his term, optimism is fading. Many reforms have produced discouraging outcomes and scanty secondary laws have…