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30 Nov
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Antigua and Barbuda boasts one of the highest literacy rates in the Eastern Caribbean – around 90 percent. Education is free and compulsory for children between the ages of 5 and 16, and is provided through a...
29 Nov
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Education is the key to progress – so says the government of the Caribbean island nation of Grenada, which views education as a basic human need and right. Education of children ages 5-16 is compulsory and is...
27 Nov
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The government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SGV), an independent plural Caribbean state, regards education as essential for productivity, order, progress, reduction of poverty, and development of...
24 Nov
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The education system of Saint Lucia was designed to promote the education of its people, to develop their basic knowledge, and to instill the importance of family, community, and a Caribbean identity within...
22 Nov
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Based on the philosophy that human resource development is key to social, economic and political growth, Barbados’ education system guarantees free school for all children ages 5 to 16. Education is regulated...
17 Nov
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  Belize views education as a basic human right. The Ministry of Education in Belize is committed to improving the state of education in the country by following the goals set forth in the Education For All...
15 Nov
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The education system of the Bahamas is based upon the British education system and is supported by the Ministry of Education. As of 2008 there were 206 schools in the system of which 161 were fully maintained...
12 Nov
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Education is compulsory and free in Trinidad and Tobago for children aged 6-12. Secondary school is also free through age 15, meaning there are no tuition fees though students must pay for books, uniforms, etc...
10 Nov
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Education in Jamaica is free and universal for primary school with the goal of creating a literate, skilled, and patriotic society. Education is regulated by the Ministry of Education; comprised of eleven...
5 Nov
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The Haitian Constitution supports universal basic education however there is a large difference between what is preached and what is practiced. According to the CIA World Factbook the literacy rate for 2003...

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