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Teachers Want Brazil’s Debt Converted into Education Funds

Brazil’s National Confederation of Education Workers (CNTE) has launched a campaign yesterday in BrasÀ­lia, the Brazilian capital, to convert part of the country’s foreign debt into funds for education.

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