Opinion by Samantha Barthelemy
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The recent events for which Rio made headlines across the world show the dangers of dividing a society between a few haves and many have not’s, and of neglecting those in most urgent need of government services.
It made us remember the obvious yet long ignored necessity to integrate, through accessible and quality education, children and adolescents of our Marvelous City. The absence of the state – or in some cases its threatening presence in . . .