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PART III - Prospects
11. Policy Directions for the Future Way Forward
The following is a summary of some of the ways in which the Kiribati Government hopes to deliver education in the future:
11.1 Early Childhood Development
11.3 Learning Achievement
11.5 Education and Training for Skills
The people and the Government of Kiribati are committed to continuing to work together to develop life which maintains the strengths of the culture while adapting modern ways of living to suit their lifestyle.
The vision is of a partnership between traditional and modern ways of doing things, using for example, todays technology but preserving cultural knowledge and skills.
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