The EFA 2000 Assessment: To know more about the EFA movement
     
   
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  National Coordinator:

 
Name: Mr. JAMES R. MATTHEW
Ministry of Education
Address: PO Box 333
St. Kitts
Phone: (896) 465 2521
Fax: (896) 465 9069
E-mail: jram5@hotmail.com



EDUCATION FOR ALL IN THE CARIBBEAN:
ASSESSMENT 2000
ST. KITTS and NEVIS
Prepared by: JAMES R. MATTHEW
September 1999
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Special thanks are extended to many persons. Without their assistance this report would not have been completed.
These include:
Statistical Officer at the Basic Education Unit, Mr N. Carty
Statistical Officer at the Statistical Division in the Planning Unit, Mr. C. Phipps
Senior Officer in the Ministry of Education, Mrs. D. Rawlins
Early Childhood Co-ordinator, Mrs. V. Walters
Director of Curriculum Development Unit, Miss. G. Hanley
EFA Consultant, Mrs. U. Paul
Performance Monitor at OERU, Miss M. Woodley
Head of OERU, Mrs L. Callender and UNESCO Staff in Jamaica.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part I Descriptive Section

Introduction

1 EFA goals, targets, strategies and plan of actions

EFA goals and Targets

Policy Statement

Targets

Early Childhood Education

Primary and Secondary Education

Special Education

EFA Strategies and /or plan of Actions

Early Childhood Education

Primary and Secondary Education

EFA Decision – making and Management

Co-operation in EFA

Investment in EFA since 1990

Part II : Analysis of Data

    Part II : Analysis of Data cont. 1

    Part II : Analysis of Data cont. 2

    Part II : Analysis of Data cont. 3

Part III: Qualitative Analysis

Pre-primary/Early Childhood Education

Primary and Secondary Education

Private Schools

Public Schools

Secondary Schools

Non-Formal Youth Skills Centre

Ministry of Education

Division of Adult and Continuing Education

Effectiveness of the EFA Strategies, plans and programmes

Main problems encountered

Public awareness, political will and national capacities

General assessment of the progress

Part IV: PROSPECT

Early Childhood Development Unit

Primary Schools