Pro­mot­ing Social Devel­op­ment in Cuba: What Works Best?

February 11, 2003 - 5:00 PM

Miren Uri­arte
Uni­ver­sity of Massachusetts

Miren Uri­arte teaches at the Uni­ver­sity of Mass­a­chu­setts’ Ph.D. Pro­gram on Social Pol­icy and is also a senior research asso­ciate at the Mauri­cio Gastón Insti­tute for Latino Com­mu­nity Devel­op­ment and Pub­lic Pol­icy, where she served as found­ing direc­tor from 1989 to 1993. She just pub­lishedCuba. Social Pol­icy at the Cross­roads: Main­tain­ing Pri­or­i­ties, Trans­form­ing Prac­tice.
Other recent pub­li­ca­tions include:
The High Stakes of High Stakes Test­ing in Zeynep Beykont’s The Power of Cul­ture pub­lished by the Har­vard Edu­ca­tion Pub­lish­ing Group; Rhode Island Lati­nos: A Scan of Issues Affect­ing the Latino Pop­u­la­tion in Rhode Island a mono­graph pub­lished by the Rhode Island Foundation.