Library

The Caribbean Partners for Educational Progress Library is a rich collection of publications, presentations, articles, links, and web resources. CoP members are encouraged to comment on and rate the existing resources, and to submit additional materials to the Facilitation Team for inclusion in the Library.

Rose M. Ylimaki, Stephen L. Jacobson and Lawrie Drysdale | November 12, 2010
Research indicates that high levels of poverty can interfere with a school’s ability to...
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Rose M. Ylimaki, Stephen L. Jacobson and Lawrie Drysdale | November 12, 2010
Research indicates that high levels of poverty can interfere with a school’s ability to...
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McKinsey & Company | December 2, 2010
Given our longstanding work on the factors that influence national productivity, and the perceived...
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Jamaica Ministry of Education | December 14, 2010
The Sector Plan for Education is influenced by the guiding principles in the Vision 2030 Jamaica -...
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Elaine Foster Allen | January 21, 2011
The First Chief Inspector's Report on Education in Jamaica In 2010, the National Education...
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Jamaica Ministry of Education | April 26, 2011
The Ministry of Education in its policy thrust to raise the literacy level of the school-aged...
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USAID/ Jamaica Basic Education Project | October 9, 2012
USAID/ Jamaica Basic Education Project's e - newsletter for August - September 2012
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USAID | November 3, 2012
This white paper discusses the systemic change in the behaviors and attitudes of CETT stakeholder...
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Dawn Sewell Lawson | January 24, 2013
Jamaicans have long been concerned about investment in and the equity of the education sector. Yet...
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Clement T. M. Lambert and Lorna Down | July 23, 2013
Jamaican policy makers have prioritized literacy improvement as a matter of urgency within the...
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| June 27, 2019
AuthorsJoan Spencer-Ernandez, Deon Edwards-Kerr
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| August 24, 2016
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| May 11, 2016
 In the annual revision of the programme, six Social Sciences teacher educators explored the...
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| May 11, 2016
INTRODUCTIONThe world has made some remarkable progress in education since 2000, when the six...
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| April 27, 2016
 Given that almost all our activities relate in some way to climate change, whether addressing...
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Marcia Nathai-Balkissoon and Sean Balkissoon | February 24, 2015
This paper reports on the challenges and benefits experienced by undergraduate Production and...
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Jade Achoy | February 24, 2015
As graphic design continues to develop in the Caribbean, design educators need to reflect on what...
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Kara Enightoola, Simon Fraser and Terrence Brunton | February 24, 2015
E-learning is the use of information and communications technologies to support teaching and...
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Jorge Luis Morejón | February 13, 2015
This study considers the implementation of the arts, particularly dance, across higher education...
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Rose M. Ylimaki, Stephen L. Jacobson and Lawrie Drysdale | November 12, 2010
Research indicates that high levels of poverty can interfere with a school’s ability to...
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Rose M. Ylimaki, Stephen L. Jacobson and Lawrie Drysdale | November 12, 2010
Research indicates that high levels of poverty can interfere with a school’s ability to...
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5
Jamaica Ministry of Education | December 14, 2010
The Sector Plan for Education is influenced by the guiding principles in the Vision 2030 Jamaica -...
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5
McKinsey & Company | December 2, 2010
Given our longstanding work on the factors that influence national productivity, and the perceived...
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4
USAID | November 3, 2012
This white paper discusses the systemic change in the behaviors and attitudes of CETT stakeholder...
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4
Caribbean Policy Research Institute | February 4, 2013
Despite relatively high levels of enrolment and education spending, there is a growing perception...
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Geogia Simpson | May 3, 2012
Exploring the possibility for collaboration between the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (...
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| September 29, 2014
 NEI Encourages Schools to Listen to Students Research conducted by the National...
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Desmine Kennedy | August 7, 2012
This documents contains case studies of action research conducted in select schools under the...
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Monique Reynolds | December 9, 2011
Monique Reynolds, Literacy Specialist at Lawrence Tavern Primary, presented on managing behavioural...
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| June 27, 2019
AuthorsJoan Spencer-Ernandez, Deon Edwards-Kerr
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| August 24, 2016
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| May 11, 2016
 In the annual revision of the programme, six Social Sciences teacher educators explored the...
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| May 11, 2016
INTRODUCTIONThe world has made some remarkable progress in education since 2000, when the six...
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| April 27, 2016
 Given that almost all our activities relate in some way to climate change, whether addressing...
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Marcia Nathai-Balkissoon and Sean Balkissoon | February 24, 2015
This paper reports on the challenges and benefits experienced by undergraduate Production and...
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Jade Achoy | February 24, 2015
As graphic design continues to develop in the Caribbean, design educators need to reflect on what...
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Kara Enightoola, Simon Fraser and Terrence Brunton | February 24, 2015
E-learning is the use of information and communications technologies to support teaching and...
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Jorge Luis Morejón | February 13, 2015
This study considers the implementation of the arts, particularly dance, across higher education...
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0