4 edition of Higher education in the Caribbean found in the catalog.
by IESALC/UNESCO, 1998 .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||190|
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Higher Education and Caribbean Identity; 4. Academic Travails and a Crisis-of-Mission of the University of the West Indies' Social Sciences: From History and Critique to Anti-Politics; 5. The Politics of Caribbean Higher Education; 6. Access to Tertiary Education in. Higher education (HE) has expanded dramatically in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) since While access became more equitable, quality concerns remain.
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It celebrates the "coming of age" of the quality assurance movement in. During the late s through the s, there was a rise in the number of higher education institutions within the Caribbean in response to the growing demands for higher education within the region (Miller, ). At the dawn of the twentyfirst - century, increased demand for higher education within the Caribbean was being met.
For some years now there has been an on-going global debate as to the place of higher education in development. For a developing region like the Caribbean the issue is more precisely the role of quality higher education in its growth and development.
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After a description of primary education, the secondary education systems of Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Barbados, and other territories are discussed.
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