Club de Prensa's Juan Carlos Iragorri and Muni Jensen interviewed Roberto Brodsky, who was a panelist at the Latin American Program's Elections in Latin America event, about the prospects for education reform in Chile following the recent election of President Michelle Bachelet for a second (non-consecutive) term.

Brodsky believes that only partial reform is likely.  He argues that there is now a new consensus in Chile that something must be done about education.  According to Brodsky, the most serious problem facing students in Chile is the high cost of education, which affects both students and their families.

Watch the entire interview here.