Colección: La Educación
Número: (123-125) I,III
1. Ministry of Education Preschool Unit, Our Future Begins with a Childs Imagination.
2. World Bank, Staff Appraisal Report 9845-Bel. (U.S.A: World Bank) iv.
3. World Bank 10-11.
4. Analysis of the BNSE (1994) and CXC exams 1993. Reports from the EDC.
5. The 1991-92 Education Statistics Digest shows that out of a total of 24 secondary schools in the urban areas 11 were government or community schools. Of the 7 schools in the rural areas, 4 were government run.
6. The 1991-92 Education Statistics Digest reported a figure of 35% graduates with professional training.
7. Government of Belize, The New Belize. The May 1986 publication carried a cover story on the dismantling of BELCAST.
8. ATLIB/NCE, A Brief Description of Tertiary Level Institutions in Belize, 1994.
9. Quotation by J.A. Bennett from a speech made by the President of UCB (Dr. Colville Young) at the inauguration of the UCB council.
[INDEX] [SUMMARY] [INTRODUCTION] [HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL PERSPECTIVES FROM 1950 TO THE PRESENT AND INFLUENCES ON EDUCATION REFORM] [EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION: PAST POLICIES AND CURRENT REFORM] [PRIMARY EDUCATION] [ATTEMPTS AT REFORM IN THE POST SELF GOVERNMENT PERIOD] [EVALUATION] [SECONDARY EDUCATION] [TABLE 1] [TERTIARY EDUCATION] [CONCLUSION] [RESUMEN] [NOTES] [ BIBLIOGRAPHY]