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While the extent of country specific analysis varies according to data availability, the overall emphasis is to highlight the strong commonality of education sector issues across the Region, and to discuss successful ongoing initiatives as well as outline promising new policy and investment options meriting further exploration to enhance access to and the quality and efficiency of education. These options are summarized in a Caribbean Education Action Plan which follows the Executive Summary. Governments are urged to systematically review these options for potential incorporation in their education and training policies and investment programs.

Resources and Resource Use 46 D. Benefits from Educational Investment 47 IV. The Educational Base: Preschool and Primary Education 50 A. Preschooling 50 B. Primary Schooling 58 C. Policy and Investment Options 81 V. Secondary Education 84 A. Coverage and Access 84 B. Quality and Effectiveness 87 C. Resources and Their Use 97 D. Enhancing the Quality of Secondary Schooling 102 E. Policy and Investment Options 109 Page vi VI. Tertiary Education and Skills Training 111 A. Coverage and Access 111 B.

At the same time, tracer studies suggest minimal, if any, differential in labor market outcomes and long-term earnings streams between traditional secondary education and such vocationally-oriented training, particularly industrial and craft programs.

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