MONOGRAPHS IN THE SERIES
No. 1. No. 2. No. 3.
Zellynne Jennings. Phoenix in the Ashes: Adult Literacy in the Commonwealth Caribbean. Anthony Griffith. Social Studies in Caribbean Schools: Some Challenges for Instruction and Assessment. Godfrey A. Steele. Communication and Education About AIDS: A Study of Medical Students’ Views in the Context of Actual Strategies Adopted in Trinidad and Tobago. Vena Jules. Students’ Affective Reactions to Their Early Secondary Schooling Experiences in Trinidad and Tobago. Leon Charles. Measuring the Impact: An Assessment of Progress in Early Childhood Education, Care and Development in the Caribbean. Vena Jules. Survivors of the Experience: The First Three Years of Secondary Schooling in Trinidad and Tobago. Glenford Howe and Don Marshall. Citizenship Education, Democracy and Global Shifts: Re- Thinking Caribbean Social Studies. Stafford Griffith. The Caribbean Examinations Council: Responding to the Educational Needs of the Region. J. Alexander Bennett. Belize Primary Education Development Project. Improving Quality in the Provision of Education for All in Belize: An Examination of the Impact of a Basic Education Project.
No. 10. June George and Joyce Glasgow. The Boundaries Between Caribbean Beliefs and Practices
and Conventional Science: Implications for Science Education in the Caribbean. No. 11. Dianne Thurab-Nkhosi. Improving Quality and Increasing Access in 2000: The Role of
Distance Education. No. 12. Hyacinth Evans. Gender Differences in Education in Jamaica. No. 13. Sandra Gift. UNESCO Associated Schools Project Network (ASPnet) and Education for All. No. 14. Joceline Clemencia. Language is More Than Language in the Development of Curaçao. No. 15. Barbara Bailey. Issues of Gender and Education in Jamaica: What About the Boys? No. 16. Asha Kambon and Lance Busby. Education and its Impact on Poverty. No. 17. Haiti. Ministere de l’Education Nationale de la Jeunesse et des Sports. Direction de la Planification et de la
Cooperation Externe. Aperçu du Problème des Surâgés Dans le Système Éducatif Haïtien. (Available in English) No. 18. Bernard Hadjadj. L’Education Pour Tous en Haiti Durant les 20 Dernieres Annees: Bilan et Perspectives.
(Available in English) No. 19. Errol Miller. Education for All in the Caribbean: Retrospect and Prospect. No. 20. Colleen Winter-Brathwaite. Educating for Peace: Changing the Culture of the Classroom. No. 21. Lynda Quamina-Aiyejina. Educational Quality and the Impact of Interventions in Education in the
Caribbean, 1990-1999: An Annotated Bibliography. No. 22. Paula Daley-Morris. Introduction of Information Technology to Schools in Jamaica. No. 23. Samuel Lochan. Education and Work: Case Studies of Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, and Barbados. No. 24. Bradley Niles and Ayodeji Bernard. Beginning again: Approaches to Education for Rehabilitation in
MEMBERS OF THE REGIONAL TECHNICAL ADVISORY GROUP (RTAG)
Claudia Harvey – Chairman
Lorna Callender - Representative for Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States
Charles Levelt Joseph - Representative for Haiti
Vena Jules - Representative for The University of the West Indies (EFA Sub-Regional Report Co-writer)