The guaraní (Spanish pronunciation: [ɡwaɾaˈni], plural: guaraníes; sign: ₲; code: PYG) is the national currency unit of Paraguay. The guaraní was divided into 100 céntimos but, because of inflation, céntimos are no longer in use. The currency sign is U+20B2 ₲ GUARANI SIGN (HTML ₲).
The Paraguayan government, led by freshly sworn-in President Mario Abdo Benitez, announced the launch of a national dialogue on education reform last month. In an interview, Andrew Nickson explains why this process probably won&rsquo;t spur the kinds of changes needed to improve Paraguay&rsquo;s dysfunctional schools.