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Publication Type
Journal Article
UWI Author(s)
Author, Analytic
Jennings-Craig, Zellynne D.
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Article Title
Three decades of innovations in Caribbean education systems : Why some succeed and others don't
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Journal Title
St. Martin Studies
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Reprint Status
Refereed
Date of Publication
2006
Volume ID
2
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Page(s)
205-222
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http:; consultants2006.tripod.com/st_martin_studies_2006.1-2.htm#_Toc155903749
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Abstract
The main aim of this paper is to examine why certain innovations introduced into Caribbean education systems have been successful, while others have not. Gives a background to the education systems in the Anglophone Caribbean with a view to showing why these innovations became necessary. The main goals of the innovations will be highlighted and discussed, and the extent to which the innovations conform to the standards of longevity, popularity, effectiveness, fidelity and adaptability as measures of success. Explores the extent to which planners took into consideration the main factors that research has identified as affecting implementation and finally, discusses some implications of the analysis.....
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