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Elisa Guerra in conversation with Gina Jaramillo

Querétaro 2022 , 

Elisa Guerra (Mexico), a researcher and educator, will talk to Gina Jaramillo (Mexico), the organizer of the international Free and Diverse Childhood and Adolescence events, about the urgent matter of education in Mexico and how to establish new systems that guarantee a quality, free, universal education for all. Elisa Guerra (Mexico) lectures in Education at Harvard University. In 2015 she was named Best Educator in Latin America and the Caribbean by the Inter-American Development Bank, and was shortlisted for the Global Teacher Prize –considered to be the Nobel of education– in 2015 and 2016. She is a member of UNESCO’s International Commission on the Futures of Education and co-author of the Reimagining Our Futures Together: A New Social Contract for Education report. She is also the author or co-author of over 25 text books, children’s tales and educational books. She has given lectures in English and Spanish in 18 countries around the world. Guerra is the founder of the Valle de Filadelfia Schools Network, which has a presence in five Latin American countries. In 2017, the television company Al Jazeera (Qatar) made a documentary about her, recognizing her proposal as one of the six most important educational innovations around the world.