Education & Health

Trinidad & Tobago Education & Health

While education remains one of the great strengths of Trinidad and Tobago’s economy, a scenario of negative growth is raising questions of quality, cost effectiveness, efficiency, and the relevance of higher education and skills training for the country’s changing labor market and broader macroeconomic environment. To assess the state of the education system, the newly elected government launched a National Consultation on Education (NCE) in early 2016, an initiative authorities hope will enable the country to arrive at a strategic vision to guide successful future sector development. Meanwhile, a push for comprehensive health care reform could see the country’s health care sector undergo significant changes in the medium term, with Rowley pledging to lead the country’s transition to a comprehensive national insurance system by 2018.

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