RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In Bolivia, more than two million young city dwellers will experience the start of the school year in front of a screen at home. According to UNESCO data, Bolivia is the second country globally that has closed its schools for the longest time: 42 weeks in total, behind only Uganda.
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It is an educational disaster, laments Jesús Sevilla Senvicens of the Entreculturas Foundation: "You see that everyone starts with face . . .