This is a potentially useful research resource, the CIA library. I recommend searches at  Freedom of Information Act Electronic Reading Room , especially those related to education initiatives during the cold war.   The careful reading of declassified documents provide a source of some useful data related to the CIA involvement in human rights abuses during the period, and on some illustrative examples of foreign policy initiatives involving education.

From CIA library:

The CIA releases millions of pages of documents each year and frequently releases items of public interest on this Web site.

The Library contains a wealth of information, from unclassified current publications to basic references, reports and maps. The Library features our most popular publication, The World Factbook, and our online directory of Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments. It also features numerous documents and articles of historical significance, including those found in Studies in Intelligence.

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