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Regional Cooperation 191 C. Increasing Donor Effectiveness 196 Annex 1. Donor Aided Education Programs 201 Annex 2. Lessons from the World Bank's Education Lending to the Caribbean 214 Annex 3. 10 Caribbean - Enrollments in Tertiary Education - by Gender and Field: St. 6 Caribbean - Employment Distribution of Mona and St. 8 Caribbean - Reported Unemployment for UWI Graduates by Faculty, St. 11 Caribbean - Sources of Finance, UWI: 197685 176 Boxes Box 1 Teacher Training and Support System for Jamaica's Basic Schools 56 Box 2 Jamaica Primary Textbook Program 74 Box 3 Jamaica National Assessment Program 78 Box 4 Secondary Education in St.
Nevertheless Regional experience suggests that governments can play an invaluable role in catalyzing expansion of enrollments, Page xx ensuring and improving quality, containing unit costs, and helping mobilize additional resources for preschool education. xxv. With the exception of Haiti, Caribbean governments have been extremely successful in achieving high levels of participation at the primary level. Recent estimates suggest almost universal coverage of the relevant age group, thus sustaining enrollment ratios already achieved over a decade ago in the larger countries.
The first, held in October 1991, at the Page xii University of the West Indies, Jamaica, under the chairmanship of its Vice-Chancellor, Sir Alister McIntyre, brought together 15 regional education specialists asked to serve as an Advisory Committee to the study. The meeting was also attended by education advisors from the donor community. The report was revised subsequent to the Jamaica meeting, and disseminated in February to Ministries of Finance and Education of Caribbean nations, preparatory to a second consultative meeting held in Antigua February 2526, 1992, also chaired by Sir Alister Mcntyre.