|Education in Costa Rica|
|The Costa Rican government, its ministries and laws maintain a decidedly support to the education.
Industry and high tech corporations are taking of Central America's most educated, computer literate and disciplined workforce, along with the modern infrastructure the country is currently offering high-tech production and telecommunications services for many countries.|
Costa Rica is one of the most safest and attractive country for foreign investment in Latin America. The investment friendly policies and tradeds, makes Costa Rica "the Silicon Valley of Latin America" and the "Swiss of Central America". Commercial leaders and high-tech corporations such as Intel, HP, Acer, Microsoft, GE, Abbot Laboratories, Western Union, Merck Sharp and Dome, Roche, Cisco Systems, Continental Airways have services and big investments here. Since 1998, Costa Rica is earning more from high technology exports than from coffee or bananas or even the lucrative tourism industry.
|Literacy Rate : 95%|
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|Percentage of Educational Institutions (1999):|
|INCAE Bussiness School - Instituto Centroamericano de Administracion de Empresas|
|ANC National Sciences Academy - Academia Nacional de Ciencias|
|CATIE Centro Agronomico Tropical de Investigacion y Ensenanza|
|CONARE National Council of Universities - Consejo Nacional de Rectores|
|CSUCA Superior Council of Central American - Consejo Superior Universitario Centroamericano|
|CATIE Agropecuary Information|
|OTS Tropical Biology Studies - Organizacion para Estudios Tropicales - Pre and Post Grade|
|Spanish Language School|
|Costa Rica Teaching - Teaching English in local schools will give you a real insight into Costa Rican culture, and in your weekends off you can enjoy stay in Costa Rica|
|Program Review - Teaching English in Costa Rica - Volunteer - Testimonial in Costa Rica after she volunteered in Teaching|
|Costa Rica education 2019
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