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Costa Rica is a progressive Central American country with a population of approximately 5.2 million people, the majority of whom live in urban areas. Education is highly valued, with a literacy rate of 97% and free primary and secondary education for all citizens. The official language in the country is Spanish. According to UNESCO, over 50% of children in Costa Rica end primary schooling without attaining minimum proficiency levels in reading. The situation is more drastic in math where only 20% of learners achieve the mark.
Bilingualism is a core priority in Costa Rica’s education and economic development goals.
The Age of Learning Foundation offers three programs in Costa Rica. Our Math Mastery program helps young learners build numeracy and early math skills. Our English Language program provides learners exposure to a developmentally appropriate immersive learning experience. Our Educational TV program helps children build their learner identity as they explore the world around them.
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