A Summary of Prisms of Possibility (Jamaica)

Jamaicans have long been concerned about investment in
and the equity of the education sector. Yet, contrary to
popular belief, the problem is not solely about money.

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Education: an Urgent Challenge

Education is one of the key factors for economic growth and human development. The benefits of education go beyond the academic and contribute to economic goals such as growth and productivity, as well as social fundamentals such as improving health, social cohesion and strengthening democracy. In a globalized and highly…

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Education: A Challenge of National Emergency

Despite recent progress made the education reform in Guatemala, especially starting in the 90s, our educational performance remains unsatisfactory. Even though the number of students assisting and finishing primary school has increased significantly in the last years, our children are still far from attaining the school level our constitution requires…

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Education in Peru still Faces Challenges

Since the release of the Report Card on Education in 2003, there were important changes in the economic and politic field. In the first case, Peru presented during the last years a sustained economic growth of around 5% and it slightly reduced extreme poverty. In the second case, el Acuerdo…

The Challenge Is to Move Forward- Panama

Panama is currently transforming its education system. Although many of our education indicators are the best in Central America, there are still inequalities in school access and quality, as a still low enrollment in preschool, secondary and higher education. This situation affects adversely the productive force of the country. Without…

Consejo del Sector Pirvado para la Asistencia Educacional

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Report Card on Education- Honduras

Despite the improvement in enrollment rates, Honduras is still behind in relation to the implementation of reforms that substantially improve the quality, efficiency and equity of education. The obstacles are many, including the education system internal factors such as lack of sufficient resources, political will, power transfer in the management…

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