Lucas Gortázar: "The problem with Selectividad is that students memorize, vomit and forget"

Updated Friday, June 4, 2021 –
22:37

Lucas Gortzar (Bilbao, 1986) is an educational consultant for the world Bank and advisor to the Government in the Spain 2050 Plan. For years he tried in vain to mediate to reach a pact for Education – he was one of the promoters of the Network for Educational Dialogue– and now lives focused on data as Director of Research at the Esade Centre for Economic Policy (EsadeEcPol), where he has recently published a study that shows that Spain is one of the OECD countries with the highest conce

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