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Education in Haiti and the Caribbean: A Literature Review

@inproceedings{Rose2017EducationIH,
  title={Education in Haiti and the Caribbean: A Literature Review},
  author={Rebekah Rose},
  year={2017}
}
How we educate our youth is something that is constantly changed and altered in order to achieve greatness. Throughout the Caribbean there are countries with significantly lower educational "greatness", leading to significantly high poverty and illiteracy rates. This literature review seeks to compare and contrast three countries in the Caribbean -Haiti, Jamaica, and the Dominican Republic -and analyze how they educate their youth both with and without disabilities. It is found that Haiti is… Expand

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