The ALAS-IDB awards recognize and share the commitment of individuals and organizations working in the field of early childhood development in Latin America and the Caribbean. The awards are presented by the IDB and the ALAS Foundation, led by Shakira.
Explore and navigate CIMA, an innovative platform that presents information on 40 indicators comparable across educational systems in Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as country-specific profiles that summarize the state of education.
How did Latin America do on PISA 2012 assessments? We show you briefs containing key data on student performance from the eight Latin American countries that participated in OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA).
How does a 21st century school look like to you? Discover more about this platform that brings together representatives from the region to exchange experiences related to the design, planning and management of school infrastructure in Latin America and the Caribbean.
What percentage of 3-year olds can articulate words and concepts? How many of them spend quality time with their caretakers or have access to books at home? Learn more from this project that generates high quality and regionally comparable data on child development.
Do All Children Count? Download the publication and explore what works in early math and science education in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Did you know humans would need one and a half planets Earth to sustain our current lifestyles in the future? Rise Up is a climate change education initiative designed to motivate children and youth to use their creativity toward the devising of solutions to environmental problems.
Did you know that in Latin America and the Caribbean 40% of third-grade and 51.6% of 15-year-old students do not reach minimum reading levels? “Aprendamos Todos a Leer” focuses on teaching reading and writing in the early grades.
Childhood is a crucial stage for learning, health and the future nutrition of every child. The economic benefits of childhood development programs are up to 19 times greater than their costs. We dive into the critical elements that determine whether early childhood services are of high quality.