The nation of Haiti has experienced a long history of poverty and of tests to its economic development. Among its priorities has been the establishment of an effective educational system. While educational standards remain high, the area of agricultural education—necessary for Haiti’s economy as well as nutritional subsistence—has met with unique challenges. This paper examines analyses and programming policies of the past in order to illuminate contemporary circumstances.
Tobin, Kathleen A.
"Feeding a Population: Agricultural Education Priorities in Haitian History,"
Journal of the Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences: Vol. 18
, Article 9.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/jiass/vol18/iss1/9