Government's expenditure on education: Are the priorities right?

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Mar. 1974

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This article establishes priorities from an analysis of the Jamaican government's expenditure on education for the financial year 1973-74, and identifies some of the possible sets of criteria by which these priorities could be judged to be right or wrong. When the priorities are assessed against these criteria, it is determined that the government's expenditure on education, with the priorities that are implicit in it, represents a step in the right direction

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