Report Card on Education

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The need to achieve significant improvements in education has been a matter of concern for the Dominican society along the last two decades. This interest grew with the implementation of the Ten-Year Education Plan in the early 90s, a joint initiative with civil societies, the government and international organizations against the disastrous education indicators.  In 1991, 14 out of 100 students in primary levels repeated grades and around 20 out of 100 students left school.  

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