Can Haitian Higher Education Rise from the Rubble?

Harry Dumay


Haitian higher education received catastrophic damage from the earthquake in 2009. The rebuilding of higher education is a priority for Haiti for educating the country's elites and achieving economic growth and innovation. In rebuilding Haitian higher education after the earthquake, pre-existing issues regarding an improvement of access and the governance, and an increase of full-time professors must be addressed.


Access and Equity; Economics of Higher Education; Governance; Strategic Planning; Caribbean; Haiti

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