Education as a Priority for Development in Central America

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The Fifth ‘State of the Region’ Report (Quinto Informe Estado de la Región), launched on August 3 in Guatemala City, gives an update on the main demographic, social, economic, political, and environmental trends, as well as on the process of regional integration in Central America. The report includes a special chapter on education that discusses topics such as the social exclusion of youth aged 15-24, the processes of design, approval, and implementation of education policies, the wide territorial gaps – by age group and income level –, the public financing of education, and the evolution of enrollment rates between 2000 and 2014. 

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Quinto Informe Estado de la Región 2016

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