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The South Pacific Commission Educational Testing Programme

In common with all developing areas, most of the island territories of the Pacific are faced with financial problems that make universal education a difficult if not impossible goal to achieve at present. In many territories primary education is not compulsory, and in the majority only a limited number can be admitted to secondary schools. For obvious reasons, when only limited numbers are admitted at secondary level, the available resources must be concentrated on those who will contribute most in later years to the development of the territory.

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