This report seeks to identify the principal issues and policy options that can help to guide those who are seeking to improve education in Haiti. It emphasizes clarifying and strengthening the role of the state—and of key non-state actors—in education. It begins with a summary of current education conditions and recent developments, and ends with a discussion of what the state and other actors might do to help ensure that education begins to meet the needs of the Haitian population. Rather than replicating existing sector analyses, the report seeks to identify proven and potential approaches for progress, and to provide a view of education development possibilities based on international experiences that are independent of any particular donor agency or government.
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The research described in this report was commissioned by the Haitian