Andre Agassi @ 36th Tianguis Turistico (Video)

Andre Agassi was a key note speaker at the

Tianguis Turistico
where he touched on
children's education
and his memorable experiences in Mexico.


Video via WireImage


About the
Andre Agassi
Foundation for Education


Founded in 1994, the Andre Agassi Foundation for Education is dedicated to
transforming U.S. public education for underserved youth. The Foundation drives reform by
engaging in practice, policy and partnerships that provide quality education and enrichment
opportunities. Through its public charter school, the Andre Agassi College Preparatory
Academy, the Foundation strives to provide underserved youth in Las Vegas with a quality K‐12
education to prepare for excellence in college and beyond. Through state and national
advocacy, the Foundation also works to increase investment and accountability in public


Learn more at the Andre Agassi
Foundation for Education


Tianguis Turistico


TTCI measures the factors and
policies that make it attractive to develop travel and
tourism in different countries. The assessment is
derived by analyzing three subindexes — Travel and
Tourism Regulatory Framework; Travel and Tourism
Business Environment and Infrastructure; and Travel and
Tourism Human, Cultural and Natural Resources.


TTCI is developed based on
quantitative data and a qualitative survey. The
quantitative data derives from publicly available
sources, international organizations and travel and
tourism institutions and experts. The survey data comes
from CEOs and top business leaders in all economies
covered by the research, addressing qualitative
institutional and business environment issues, as well
as specific issues related to the travel and tourism
industry and the quality of the natural environment.


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