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St James Medical School


July 6, 2022 | By Colin O. Jarrett |

A group of experts has said there is a learning crisis in the Caribbean and Latin America and building better school infrastructures could help address the problem.

An article published by the World Bank said that good quality infrastructure can change the learning environment for many boys and girls and such environments can encourage more opportunities for inclusion, safety and more effective teaching methods.

Three concepts have been recommended that local governments and authorities must keep in mind: the infrastructures have to be inclusive, adequate and effective.

In addition, they must consider the curriculum, the natural calamities that happen in the region like hurricanes and earthquakes and the changing climate.

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