Using Education as an Antidote to Poverty

Using Education as an Antidote to Poverty

Some wonder why any developing country would invest in education in poorer countries. Guest Brad Brasseur explains how this investment pays off for everyone. He also shares strategies for building bridges to help educators mine the potential of any student anywhere. Education is an antidote to getting out of poverty.

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About today’s guest

Brad L. Brasseur is a Canadian educator living in Peru working on education projects in several countries. He has visited over 80 countries as a global traveler and writer including two articles published in over 30 countries including Better Education Can Decrease Wealth Inequality and If Education is the Cure for Poverty, then How do we Make the Antidote?.


Guest Links:

Twitter: @brbrasseur


E-mail:  [email protected]



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