Haitian Universities Struggle to Rebound

Haitian Universities Struggle to Rebound |  Andrew Downie | Chronicle of Higher Education | 06 January, 2012

The Faculty of Applied Linguistics at the State University of Haiti hardly looks like an institute of higher learning. Hidden away on a quiet downtown cross street, the grimy one-story building contains just three classrooms, along with a library, the dean’s office, and a teachers’ lounge, each no larger than a bedroom. Two years ago, the accommodations were slightly better, in a larger building with a language lab.

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