Education Reform Initiatives in the Caribbean Basin
Book Summary: The Caribbean is at a crucial phase in its development. Global and local pressures have seen the region losing its competitiveness, while it remains at risk of losing out on development gains made in the last few decades. These pressures are demanding improvements in the way government operates, particularly in its policy-making and administrative capacity. This book offers the single most comprehensive reference on public administration in the Caribbean to date, providing information on legacies, tools, and strategies that are beneficial to understanding and improving public policy. [From the publisher]
Jules, Tavis D., and Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams. "Education Reform Initiatives in the Caribbean Basin." Public Administration and Policy in the Caribbean Eds. Indianna D. Minto-Coy and Evan Berman (CRC Press, June 2015).
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