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Tuesday, October 10, 2006 

Tuesday 10,October 2006
Studying locally unaffordable for SSC
WILLEMSTAD – The subsidy that the Foundation for Educational Financing Curacao (SSC) receives is insufficient to finance the costs of students studying locally. Aside from which the educational institutions are also not yet able to manage the offer. During the deans’ conference in Holland this morning the director of SSC, Pieter Spuijbroek, asked for the option to allow students to make use of the Dutch educational system so Curacao can revamp their own system on objectives, offers, and affordability.

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