The Challenge Is to Move Forward- Panama

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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 serious and sustained reforms, we are in risk of staying behind.

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