By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – President Dilma Rousseff was sworn in on Thursday, January 1st, for a second term in office promising to make education her administration’s number one priority during the next four years. Among the foreign dignitaries at hand were the presidents of Uruguay (Jose Mujica), Bolivia (Evo Morales), Venezuela (Nicolas Maduro) and Chile (Michelle Bachelet), the United States Vice-President Joe Biden as well as Chinese Vice-President Li Yuanchao.
“By naming Brazil ‘the country of education’ we are stating that education will be the priority of all priorities,” she said . . .