Education in the British West Indies.

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StatementForeword by John Dewey.
LC ClassificationsLA481 .W5
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Pagination xix, 167 p.
Number of Pages167
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Open LibraryOL6095115M
LC Control Number51012986

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However, the British educational structures continue to be an essential component of many of the educational systems within the region. Within CARICOM, education plays an integral role in regional development. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Williams, Eric Eustace, Education in the British West Indies.

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Williams, Eric Eustace. All of the West Indies have been, until recently, and had been for some time, part of the Empire controlled from Westminster and Whitehall. It would have been remarkable if the educational arrangements in the West Indies had escaped the British influence; they are, in fact, in many ways British.

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Formal education within the English-speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM) may be traced back to the establishment of Codrington grammar school in Barbados in After more than two centuries of British colonial rule the educational systems within CARICOM states continue to reflect the academic traditions of their former colonizer.

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The educational system of the Commonwealth Caribbean is described, and placement recommendations concerning students who want to study in the United States are presented. After a description of primary education, the secondary education systems of Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Barbados, and other territories are discussed.

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The Bahamas did participate in the West Indies Federation Games, with the future prime minister of the Bahamas, Perry Christie, as an athlete. Government Structure. The Federation was an internally self-governing, federal state made up of ten provinces, all of which were British colonial possessions.

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This chapter examines critically the history, contributions of, and current status of Higher Education in the West Indies, also known as the Caribbean Region. This chapter explores and evaluates the historical development the shifts in control and the contemporary status of access and control of higher education in the Caribbean, and the Author: Patrick Coggins.

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Currently, Professor Hutton is the Director of the School of Education (SOE), Faculty of Humanities and Education, The University of the West Indies, Mona Campus. As a senior lecturer in the SOE, he is responsible for the delivery of courses in the areas of Educational Leadership and Management, Educational Supervision and Technical Vocational.EDUCATION IN THE BRITISH WEST INDIES, by Eric Williams.

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