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The Saber: A Currency for the Educational Sector

Submitted by on January 22, 2010 – 7:37 amNo Comment

The Saber is the complementary education currency proposed by Bernard Lietaer to help Brazilian schools provide greater educational opportunities despite the lack of available funds.   The educational vouchers are designed to set in motion a substantial “learning multiplier” so that a given amount of money can facilitate substantially more learning for a greater number of students.   The currency would fuel this learning multiplier without creating any new financial pressure on the economy.

 

 

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