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Improving Education in Nicaragua

Recently, the World Bank approved a new project which main objective is to provide a better education system for students of public schools in Nicaragua.  Many children and teenagers will benefit from improving teaching practices and infrastructure.

Even though Nicaragua has some important international schools with high education levels, for example the American Nicaragua School, Lincoln International Academy and Nicaragua Christian School and some others, they are located mainly in Managua and they are no accessible for many local children.  This new project called Alliance for Education Quality Project has been supported by the Government of Nicaragua and other institutions, because they know the need to strengthen the skills of Nicaraguan students by improving the quality of education.



There are three main actions that will be implemented to ensure the best results from this effort:

  • Mentoring and courses for improving teacher’s practices and innovating teaching mechanisms.
  • Improve infrastructure in targeted schools to ensure they have the required physical quality standards. New construction standards and protocol will be developed for schools nationwide.
  • The Ministry of Education (MINED) will be supported and strengthened, not only its fiduciary system but also its technical capacity for the overall implementation of this project.


Many well-known political figures have said that the future belongs to young people, however it is our responsibility to provide better conditions that allow them to develop their skills and imagination. Congratulations Nicaragua for this initiative!


Photos taken from the Ministry of Education of Nicaragua:

Written by Lisbeth Mena

LARM Nicaragua Country Director

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