Although colonialism formally ended in the second half of the 20th century, the economic, political and sociocultural disorganization brought by colonizers still reverberates in post-colonial societies today. This is particularly evident in the field of education, where both schooling systems and informal education has been (irrevocably) shaped by the colonial disorganization. We, a group of graduate students from the University of Pennsylvania, aim to analyze how these complex structures are being manifested in educational policies through media coverage. 

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