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22 Dec
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According to the Algerian constitution, education is the basis for all economic and social change, and a means of promoting the country’s national identity, integrity and values. School is free and compulsory...
21 Dec
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Cuba’s education system is run by the state. Their educational guidelines were established in 1976 and are part of the country’s constitution, which it states that all citizens have the right to a free...
20 Dec
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The Dominican Republic recognizes that education is a basic human right that should be available for all of its citizens. In order for the country to prosper, each person should receive the education required...
18 Dec
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  The Honduran constitution guarantees free primary education for all citizens; as of 2010, the adult literacy rate was 91%. School for children ages 6-12 has long been compulsory; in 2012 a new law mandated...
14 Dec
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El Salvador’s constitution decrees that education is a basic human right, fundamental to the growth of a democratic, prosperous and just society. School for children ages 7-15 is compulsory and free; the...
13 Dec
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  The oldest democracy in Central America, Costa Rica boasts one of the highest literacy rates in the region (around 92%). Education through secondary school is universal, free and compulsory. Preschool...
12 Dec
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  The Nicaraguan Constitution defines education as a basic human right, emblematic of the country’s values and fundamental to citizens’ intellectual, civic, social and economic development. School is free and...
6 Dec
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The Panamanian education system seeks to promote students’ social, economic and political development and to endow them with the capacity to think critically and creatively. School is universal, free and...
5 Dec
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  The broad goal of the educational system in Saint Kitts and Nevis is to foster the personal and economic development of the islands’ citizens and society. Education in St. Kitts and Nevis is universal, free...
3 Dec
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Dominica’s government recognizes the fundamental role of education toward the social well-being and economic prosperity of the Commonwealth’s citizens. 94% of Dominicans are literate, and school attendance for...

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