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Caribbean Partners for Educational Progress is a regional Community of Practice that connects education stakeholders to share knowledge and experiences, to get or offer help, to discuss timely and critical issues, to contribute to policy development and to collectively help advance the field of basic education. This CoP provides an opportunity for individuals to learn from and grow professionally with one other, to increase the effectiveness of their individual efforts, and to contribute to the strengthening of the Jamaica education system.

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