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World Bank. 2008-06; Washington, DC.

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information technology; curriculum; quality of instruction; tertiary education; school supervision; education system; school maintenance; regional education; educational environment; education environment; standardized tests; school support; human development; educational studies; net enrollment; employment; secondary school; ethics; family life; education planning; workers; basic education; university degree; adults; municipal schools; qualified teachers; municipal school system; educated population; decentralization; education plans; education opportunities; early childhood; learning capacity; high drop-out rates; school system; incentives for teachers; participation in education; national secondary education test; quality of education services; education administration; education quality; teacher; exam; public schools; education department; literacy training; call; early childhood education; school level; school systems; grade repetition; school performance; education initiatives; terms of student performance; test scores; rural students; municipal school; schools; school quality; school meals; civil society; local schools; graduate studies; education sector; education budget; school meal; exclusive education; quality education; job market; school community; reading; effects of education; curriculum plan; school nutrition; tenure; literacy skills; education services; formal education; school council; ministry of education; age of students; frequency of visits; school administration; education profession; school supervisors; career; school effectiveness; education leadership; education systems; student assessment; teacher training; school environment; level of education; elementary education; education leaders; dissertation; teachers; repetition rates; school buildings; education infrastructure; quality instruction; community involvement; education level; education for youth; number of students; academic performance; number of schools; right to education; municipal education secretariats; implementation of education policies; national education policy; professional teachers; curricular activities; interventions; education community; school administrators; children with disabilities; state education; civil society organizations; national school; classroom; learning process; disciplines; didactic materials; national education development; school infrastructure; fundamental education; literacy process; teacher salaries; technical expertise; curriculum development; work experience; lectures; basic literacy; education programs; illiteracy; literature; graduate level; labor force; quality of education; economics of education; average score; general education; student performance; school building; rural areas; national education; homework; churches; net enrollment rate; reasoning; mathematics; basic disciplines; commitment to education; school principals; secondary education; social responsibility; training courses; enrollment of students; teaching; performance of students; professional development; kindergarten; schooling; special education; researchers; expansion of education; education policy; education policies; student learning; professional training; teacher training programs; education reform; instruction methods; education cycle; quality of teachers

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The importance of education to the socioeconomic and political development of nations is widely discussed in the education policy literature. This study seeks to identify the good policies and practices that lead students in some municipal school systems in Brazil to obtain better results than would be expected based purely on socioeconomic factors. This report is divided into four sect ...

Dundar, Halil, Beteille, Tara, Riboud, Michelle, Deolalikar, Anil. 2014-05-21; Washington, DC: World Bank.

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instructional time; curriculum; labor markets; primary completion; public expenditure on education; service training; private education; measuring education quality; provincial education; teacher education; school support; human development; private school; net enrollment; skilled labor; literacy survey; instruction; student achievement; teacher unions; education offices; gross enrollment; access to education; class size; school readiness; education opportunities; learning environment; early childhood; adult literacy; school system; community school; school girls; tuition; public schools; rural students; school quality; schools; educational authorities; illiterate parents; public school; school participation; national curricula; pupil-teacher ratio; classroom time; disadvantaged children; female secondary school assistance project; enrollment rates; teachers unions; formal education; early childhood development; technical education; level of skill; education systems; student assessment; school certificate; teachers; instructional materials; skills development; higher education; skill acquisition; educated parents; pupil-teacher ratios; school program; national assessment; teacher development; school management; education expenditure; student scores; teacher absenteeism; scholarships; primary school; quality of education; universal access; education for all; private tutoring; quality assurance; student outcomes; national education; expenditures; secondary education; assistant professor; academic year; performance of students; performance of education systems; professional development; national curriculum framework; teaching quality; learning outcomes; female students; school education; community education; education finance; student learning; primary education project; education reform; mass education; level of achievement; active learning; human resource development; student learning outcomes; language of instruction; tertiary education; education system; national curriculum; educational outcomes; teacher recruitment; academic achievement; learning opportunities; textbooks; access to primary education; low learning achievement; employment; secondary school; educational quality; secondary certificate; primary schools; education outcomes; primary completion rates; district education; community schools; scientific literacy; education assessment; nutritional status; provision of education; learning assessments; basic primary education; teacher; educational achievement; school systems; school performance; education initiatives; certificate in education; vocational training; education of children; education sector; education budget; sports; quality education; literacy; teacher morale; reading; numeracy; educational systems; literacy skills; ministry of education; career; teaching force; universal access to primary; school children; teacher training; level of education; student inputs; access to schooling; background papers; education development; skilled labor force; primary school teacher; right to education; global competitiveness; levels of education; classroom; knowledge base; teacher salaries; peer support; literature; labor force; quality teaching; economics of education; student performance; resources for education; nutritional status of children; net enrollment rate; school enrollment; human capital; gross enrollment rate; student assessments; private schools; teaching; reading level; school management committee; gender disparities; public expenditure; schooling; education policy; science study; education sector development; formal education systems; educational initiatives; international students; education strategy; active learning methodologies; national assessments; civic participation; advancement of science

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For the past decade, South Asian governments have been investing heavily to achieve the education millennium development goals (MDGs). The region has also made great progress in enrolling girls in both primary and secondary school. The rapid gains in enrollment have not been accompanied by commensurate improvements in learning levels, with the average level of skill acquisition in South ...

World Bank. 2011-06-30; Washington, DC.

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student enrollment; curriculum; learning achievement; public expenditure on education; education management; service training; effective teachers; teacher education; human development; education teachers; educational materials; net enrollment; instruction; student achievement; primary education curricula; classrooms; basic education; qualified teachers; gross enrollment; access to education; early childhood; school system; cognitive stimulation; public schools; school level; child care; test scores; schools; learning materials; social cohesion; public secondary schools; educational authorities; grade retention; parity; private partnerships; teacher training institutes; quality teachers; resources per student; disadvantaged children; education institutions; absenteeism; pre-school education; secondary schools; early childhood educators; primary school enrollment; teacher characteristics; early childhood development; quality of teaching; private institutions; education systems; quality schools; preschool enrollment; instructional delivery; teachers; high school; primary education; higher education; low levels of education; primary levels; high quality education; compulsory education; enrollment rate; emotional development; school year; preschool education; primary gross enrollment rate; incoming students; returns to education; academic selectivity; symposiums; education programs; cognitive skills; school years; primary school; school facilities; quality of education; universal access; education for all; higher grade; private tutoring; quality assurance; educational services; student outcomes; national education; education personnel; student population; high-income students; gross enrollment rates; human capital investment; secondary education; information systems; high schools; teaching quality; training institutes; expansion of education; learning outcomes; public expenditures; student learning; education reform; child education; quality of teachers; education technologies; tertiary education; rates of return; educational outcomes; return to education; access to primary education; school leaders; enrolment rate; lower levels of education; graduation rates; primary schools; mobility; universal enrollment; primary gross enrollment; ger; teacher effectiveness; leadership; nutrition; school owners; girls; education quality; teacher; personality; achievement tests; early childhood education; curricula; school performance; careers; effective education; educational expenditures; local schools; education budget; quality education; educational opportunities; literacy; reading; primary grades; lifelong learning; numeracy; learning; urban schools; education services; career; teaching force; kindergartens; classroom management; early education; teacher training; gender bias; level of education; general secondary education; universal participation; education level; formula funding; number of students; student-teacher ratio; interventions; curriculum revision; rates of return to education; proficiency; classroom; secondary students; primary education system; cognitive development; primary school systems; teacher qualifications; career choice; math skills; educational attainment; investment in education; student performance; net enrollment rate; student leaves; human capital; mathematics; school principals; teacher quality; educational system; educational performance; special needs; early childhood years; teaching; exams; informal education; public expenditure; kindergarten; schooling; report cards; special education; education policies; disadvantaged schools; education expansion

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Providing education for all has been a core objective of many governments since the launch of the Millennium Development Goals a decade ago. Basic education is the foundation of education and learning and, as such, is the point where Turkey started its push for education for all. This policy note is designed as an input for the discussion among stakeholders in Turkey on how to improve t ...

Abadzi, Helen. 2014; World Bank, Washington, DC. English.

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Working Paper

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curriculum; learning achievement; public expenditure on education; enrollment statistics; service training; teacher education; engineering education; human development; student-teacher ratios; school sites; instruction; student achievement; education offices; classrooms; arithmetic; basic education; gross enrollment; dropout rate; research institutes; educational management; gender gap; primary education projects; adult literacy; primary level; literacy campaigns; school attendance; tuition; vocational education; formal technical-vocational education; instructional methods; completion rates; international literacy; school quality; schools; learning materials; sanitation; civil society; female participation; school participation; papers; classroom time; primary education program; early grades; headmasters; achievements; enrollment rates; training programs; secondary schools; illiterate populations; access to data; technical education; free textbooks; achievement test results; teachers; education investment; gross enrollment ratios; primary education; higher education; implementation strategies; education fees; regular teachers; pupil-teacher ratios; pedagogical renewal process; school teachers; student records; overcrowded classes; state education; compulsory education; school improvement; educational institutions; student loans; training to teachers; primary education enrollment; educational research; women teachers; publishers; teacher absenteeism; educators; education programs; teacher behaviors; primary school; quality of education; primary-school; education for all; quality assurance; access for women; academic year; literacy rates; researchers; learning outcomes; primary education project; education projects; education reform; human resource development; staff development; statistical analyses; quality of instruction; upe; dropout rates; textbooks; access to primary education; village education committee; instructors; village education committees; educational quality; education planning; social processes; primary schools; district education; income generation; decentralization; educational planning; student places; adult illiteracy; ger; village education; incentives for teachers; leadership; nutrition; girls education; private schooling; completion reports; girls; education quality; teacher; resource centers; education department; achievement data; achievement tests; school affairs; colleges; basic education project; academic autonomy; quality of teacher training; vocational training; gross enrollment ratio; textbook; investments in education; education sector; education budget; quality education; higher grades; literacy levels; literacy; reading; primary grades; educational projects; training institutions; learning; teacher assessment; school data; public funds; school effectiveness; class time; classroom management; training of trainers; literate parents; teacher training; minority groups; elementary education; universities; rural schools; universal elementary education; classroom instruction; community involvement; background papers; right to education; enrollment increases; interventions; pupils; repetition; proficiency; university education; classroom; advanced training; primary school level; school infrastructure; primary school students; teaching materials; technical expertise; primary education system; school construction; colleges of education; education lending; universal primary education; education statistics; student performance; literacy rate; mid-term assessment; mathematics; curriculum content; student fees; school organization; education enrollments; private schools; teaching; public expenditure; education sector development; absentee teachers; linguistic diversity; school enrollments

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World Bank lending in education has taken place through a unique working relationship in line with India's principle of self-sufficiency and domestic development. Until the late 1980s, the government of India strongly resisted external funding for education programs. Subsequently, the goal of universal elementary education resulted in demand for additional resources, leading the departm ...

Verspoor, Adriaan M. 2008; Washington, DC : World Bank.

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instructional time; primary completion; learning achievement; education management; life skills; junior secondary; primary enrollment; education teachers; instructional effectiveness; private school; student learning achievement; classrooms; basic education; school-age; school reform; gross enrollment; access to education; access to secondary education; education opportunities; teacher deployment; early childhood; education environments; cost per student; primary level; school libraries; skilled people; school-age population; public schools; school management committees; vocational education; school level; completion rates; textbook provision; primary education curriculum; curriculum reforms; learning materials; cohort of students; senior secondary schools; basic education skills; enrollment rates; secondary schools; school graduates; free textbooks; rural parents; school policies; problem solving; education systems; student assessment; senior secondary level; primary completion rate; teachers; high school; instructional materials; education reforms; skills development; primary education; higher education; skill acquisition; public schooling; junior secondary level; school administrators; textbook rental; school development; teacher development; school management; teacher support; gender parity; junior secondary school; school supplies; returns to education; formal schooling; education strategies; primary school; education for all; private tutoring; repeaters; friendly school; multigrade classes; gender parity index; problem-solving skills; distance education; secondary education; education specialists; junior secondary schools; science teaching; access to junior secondary education; boarding facilities; school network; universal primary completion; learning outcomes; primary teachers; supply of textbooks; student learning; teacher training programs; education reform; basic education cycle; number of pupils; educational television; birth rates; quality of instruction; education system; school personnel; national curriculum; primary schooling; textbooks; access to primary education; teacher ratio; primary school leavers; secondary school; curriculum reform; educational quality; primary schools; primary completion rates; share of education aid; educational planning; pupil­teacher ratio; enrollment ratios; teacher; education aid; school systems; curricula; school performance; vocational training; primary curriculum; gross enrollment ratio; textbook; effective schools; education budget; primary classes; basic schools; class sizes; literacy; reading; lifelong learning; double shifts; learning; education expenditures; education services; impact of education; school administration; teaching force; school effectiveness; small schools; adolescents; classroom management; parent teacher associations; teacher training; level of education; repetition rates; number of teachers; education development; number of students; skill development; education community; rates of return to education; head teachers; classroom; middle schools; teacher salaries; education planners; school autonomy; teacher qualifications; education lending; basic education program; education curriculum; quality teaching; education statistics; educational attainment; student body; moral values; student performance; resources for education; opportunities for education; school enrollment; gross enrollment rate; school principals; curriculum content; educational assistance; equitable access; education attainment; private schools; school­age; educational development; gender disparities; public expenditure; schooling; education policy; science study; education policies; education investments; national assessments; education expansion; school selection; primary graduates

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The challenges of education development in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) at the beginning of the 21st century are urgent and unprecedented. Faced with persistent gaps in the coverage of primary schooling, almost all countries have launched major efforts to ensure that all children will have the opportunity to complete primary education of acceptable quality. Concurrently, accelerating econom ...

Tembon, Mercy, Fort, Lucia. 2008; Washington, DC : World Bank.

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primary completion; gender differences; learning achievement; basic education programs; education for girls; life skills; social groups; education goals; female teachers; elimination of fees; human development; net enrollment; equity in education; student achievement; classrooms; arithmetic; basic education; gender equality in education; access to education; cultural values; gender gap; enrollment of girls; early childhood; primary caregivers; adult literacy; participation in education; primary level; school girls; school attendance; public schools; early childhood care; effectiveness of education; school quality; schools; learning materials; female participation; school participation; decision making; educational policies; enrollment rates; basic reading; secondary schools; formal education; schooling quality; early childhood development; school graduates; free textbooks; education systems; education in emergencies; student assessment; quality schools; achieving gender equality; teachers; high school; nongovernmental organizations; national education policies; gender inequalities; skills development; participation of women; empowerment of women; benefits of education; human rights; eliminating gender disparities; education of girls; gender parity; women teachers; gender-sensitive; returns to education; formal schooling; primary school completion rate; cognitive skills; agricultural education; primary school; education spending; quality of education; education for all; universal education; gender sensitive; educational services; gender inequality; rural areas; rural girls; national education; absence of schools; gender parity index; enrollment; gross enrollment rates; school feeding programs; secondary education; education standards; street children; boarding facilities; gender equity in education; female education; learning outcomes; participation of girls; student learning; female teacher recruitment; young people; armed conflicts; quality of teachers; basic education cycle; classroom assistants; education system; primary schooling; educational outcomes; women educationalists; return to education; teacher recruitment; learning opportunities; dropout rates; textbooks; social benefits; gender equity; ethnic groups; female enrollment; secondary school; educational quality; primary schools; primary completion rates; community schools; individual learners; primary gross enrollment; ger; female teacher; nutritional status; cognitive achievement; effectiveness of education systems; school entry; nutrition; girls; refugees; teacher; female schooling; curricula; gross enrollment ratio; education sector; enrollment of children; quality education; alternative schools; educational opportunities; literacy; girls in school; reading; numeracy; violent conflict; education services; violence against women; gender gaps in education; primary education completion; level of education; repetition rates; ability of teachers; friendly schools; right to education; interventions; boarding; educated women; achievement of gender equity; classroom; primary school completion; school institutions; rights to education; gender equality; illiteracy; promoting gender equity; basic education program; maternal education; educational equalization; universal primary education; educational attainment; school feeding; investment in education; student performance; retention rates; nutritional status of children; direct costs of education; school enrollment; disabled children; primary school-age children; educational performance; quality of life; teaching; educational development; exclusion in education; gender disparities; schooling; education policies; public awareness; compulsory primary education; quality schooling; gender issues; approaches to education

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Gender equality is not just a women's issue, it is a development issue. Women's economic empowerment is essential for economic development, growth, and poverty reduction not only because of the income it generates, but also because it helps to break the vicious cycle of poverty. Educating girls and women is critical to economic development. Research conducted in a variety of countries a ...

Bruns, Barbara, Evans, David, Luque, Javier. 2012; World Bank.

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instructional time; teacher costs; primary completion; learning achievement; public expenditure on education; multigrade teaching; schooling access; educated workers; primary enrollment; compulsory schooling cycle; basic education development; human development; net enrollment; instruction; research funding; student achievement; basic education; gross enrollment; access to education; state schools; participation rates; primary cycle; basic education spending; pass rate; public education spending; early childhood; school system; school days; primary level; education managers; exam; tuition; public schools; vocational education; school level; completion rates; textbook provision; school quality; learning materials; grade retention; parity; public school; private partnerships; adult education; average teacher salaries; primary student; early literacy; secondary schools; formal education; schooling quality; early childhood development; school graduates; average class size; education systems; student assessment; education leaders; teachers; high school; primary education spending; primary education; higher education; global education; learning activities; national education policy; low levels of education; high school students; state education; net enrollment ratio; school management; national culture; equal access; primary education enrollment; student scores; primary school cycle; educators; education agenda; education programs; cognitive skills; basic numeracy; school years; average schooling; primary school; quality of education; education for all; average score; rural areas; national education; primary school graduates; commitment to education; expenditures; secondary education; academic year; education officials; official entry age; learning outcomes; primary teachers; education finance; student learning; libraries; education projects; teacher training programs; education reform; educational progress; teacher performance; child education; student learning outcomes; basic education system; national curriculum; educational outcomes; school teaching; teacher recruitment; average educational attainment; textbooks; rural education; secondary school; reading books; educational quality; primary schools; social development; education outcomes; adults; municipal schools; primary enrollments; day care; incentives for teachers; leadership; nutrition; cognitive tasks; teacher; achievement tests; early childhood education; school systems; curricula; school performance; effective education; municipal school; school census; gross enrollment ratio; textbook; vulnerable children; student flow; education law; level of literacy; basic skills; literacy; reading; numeracy; primary school teaching; learning; compulsory schooling; literacy skills; access to schools; school coverage; teaching force; class time; early education; primary students; teacher training; level of education; repetition rates; number of teachers; school students; number of students; number of schools; physical access; levels of education; interventions; school establishments; female empowerment; national school; enrollment data; classroom; costs per graduate; alternative education; primary school completion; fundamental education; teacher salaries; primary school students; cognitive development; basic literacy; youth; labor force; educated citizens; universal primary education; educational attainment; school feeding; student performance; student flows; retention rates; school enrollment; human capital; educational performance; student assessments; private schools; teaching; exams; educational development; job training; public expenditure; schooling; science study; education policies; number of students per teacher; compulsory primary education; school day; school enrollments

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Education is improving in Brazil. The average years of education has almost doubled over the last 20 years, as has the proportion of adults who have completed secondary school. Brazil's high school students have improved consistently in math and language performance over the last decade. These gains stem from the federal government's priority attention to education through both reforms ...

Porta, Emilio, Arcia, Gustavo, Macdonald, Kevin, Radyakin, Sergiy, Lokshin, Michael. 2011-06-30; World Bank.

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school; primary completion; ministries of education; education management; primary enrollment; primary school attendance; community; inclusion; human development; primary school­age; net enrollment; education equity; knowledge; school-age; gross enrollment; access to education; school readiness; public education spending; school activities; child protection; school system; primary level; household surveys; school attendance; completion rates; schools; sanitation; societies; private partnerships; school participation; education indicators; enrollment rates; transportation; public education; primary school age; education systems; student assessment; literacy test; primary completion rate; teachers; educational reforms; distance to school; primary education; higher education; educational access; educated parents; education data; barriers; global education; its; benefits of education; net enrollment ratio; compulsory education; out-of-school children; primary grade; bias; aids; school year; education expenditure; gender parity; disabled; education targets; independence; returns to education; school surveys; formal schooling; school years; primary school; school governance; education for all; readers; tests; repeaters; attendance rates; educational services; rural areas; gender parity index; studies; poor people; student population; gross enrollment rates; secondary education; official primary school­age; school-age children; learning outcomes; intake rate in primary education; education finance; software; education projects; official primary school; primary enrollment rate; health care; partnerships in education; school curriculum; lower level of education; study; number of repeaters; dropout rates; school age; net intake rate; aid; ethnic groups; secondary school; equal opportunity; mobility; primary completion rates; school uniforms; higher education institution; decentralization; educational planning; women; ger; assessing student; investment; leadership; nutrition; girls; education quality; educational equity; educational expenditure; performance indicators; effective education; education variables; education; educational expenditures; strategies; education sector; literacy; values; learning; education expenditures; parental education; educational variables; impact of education; school children; achievement; hiv; primary students; level of education; ner; repetition rates; access to schooling; education level; demand for education; reproductive health; net intake rates; fees; interventions; gender parity indexes; repetition; enrollment data; living conditions; educational levels; primary school completion; goals; net intake; school autonomy; rural locations; equality; repetition rate; youth; decentralization of education; first grade; educational equalization; education ministries; education statistics; educational attainment; attendance rate; disadvantaged groups; student performance; birth history; literacy rate; net enrollment rate; school enrollment; society; gross enrollment rate; educational costs; craft; school completion; gender; school age children; educational performance; age groups; primary school­age children; education attainment; educational development; biases; public expenditure; schooling; education policy; final grade; youth literacy; education strategy; net primary attendance; student expenditures; postsecondary education

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This book gathers in one volume all the information related to Automated DEC [Development Economics - Vice Presidency at the World Bank] Poverty Tables (ADePT) Edu, the software platform created by the World Bank for reporting and analyzing education indicators and education inequality. It includes a primer on the availability of education data, an operating manual for using the ADePT s ...

Bashir, Sajitha. 2009-06-01; World Bank.

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curriculum; learning achievement; enrollment statistics; educated workers; junior secondary; school population; primary enrollment; teacher education; human development; classroom rehabilitation; religious schools; economic growth; classrooms; basic education; qualified teachers; gross enrollment; state schools; primary cycle; class size; vocational schools; access to secondary education; average education level; school system; detailed strategies; mathematics teachers; primary level; binding; youth population; exam; public schools; school management committees; vocational education; school level; schools; developing countries; public secondary schools; age group; mathematics textbooks; decision making; papers; pupil-teacher ratio; aid for education; education institutions; enrollment rates; construction costs; science teachers; post-primary education; training programs; secondary schools; primary teacher; universal basic education; new entrants; technical education; free textbooks; pedagogical practices; primary completion rate; teachers; nongovernmental organizations; higher education; alternative schooling; pupil-teacher ratios; training services; out-of-school children; school management; junior secondary education; private enterprises; labor market; school supplies; education programs; vocational courses; primary school; school facilities; age cohort; quality of education; education for all; remedial teaching; universal education; education levels; average score; formal education system; rural areas; churches; enrollment; primary teacher training; secondary education; training opportunities; short courses; universal completion; availability of textbooks; functional literacy; training institutes; nonformal education; universal primary completion; learning outcomes; primary teachers; skilled workers; school education; education reform; young people; primary training; education cycle; school heads; tertiary education; low educational attainment; teacher preparation; educational outcomes; poorly qualified teachers; academic achievement; textbooks; remedial education; secondary school; secondary certificate; additional resources; primary completion rates; adults; primary gross enrollment; printing; ger; secondary level; nutritional status; enrollment figures; nutrition; girls; education administration; educational programs; school statistics; training centers; orphans; vocational training; gross enrollment ratio; investments in education; administrative responsibility; education sector; sports; class sizes; student flow; primary grades; numeracy; school fees; learning; occupations; small schools; adolescents; enrollment by age; parent teacher associations; teacher training; level of education; universities; general secondary education; rural schools; repetition rates; continuous training; teaching-learning; number of students; classroom requirements; demand for education; improving access; levels of education; interventions; pupils; repetition; educational administration; university education; lower secondary education; classroom; alternative education; teacher training institutions; primary gross enrollment ratio; secondary students; primary education sector; teacher salaries; teacher training schools; school construction; basic literacy; youth; labor force; universal primary education; education statistics; educational attainment; investment in education; skills training; formal certification; opportunities for education; public funding; school enrollment; mathematics; primary enrollment ratios; monitoring learning achievement; training courses; age groups; private schools; out-of-school youth; teaching; enrollment growth; schooling; education policy; compulsory primary education; public institutions; social participation

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This report, Changing the Trajectory: education and training for young people in the Democratic Republic of Congo, provides an analysis of the current educational attainment and current school enrollment of youth in the 12 to 24 years age group and the educational opportunities and training available to them in the formal and informal sectors. Using the results of a simulation model tha ...

World Bank. 2013-11-11; Washington, DC.

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information technology; labor markets; primary completion; educated workers; life skills; external efficiency; human development; student demand; skilled labor; skill levels; availability of schools; educational experiences; student allocations; human resources; access to education; teaching staff; vocational schools; preferential access; access to secondary education; early childhood; assessment mechanisms; primary level; higher learning; educational testing; school attendance; exam; tuition; vocational education; job satisfaction; enrolment rates; staff salaries; completion rates; seasonal workers; schools; higher education system; universal primary enrolment; job market; private partnerships; decision making; adult education; higher education systems; career choices; basic reading; training programs; skilled occupations; formal education; new entrants; quality of higher education; early childhood development; training funds; quality of teaching; private institutions; basic life skills; civil service; employment opportunities; teachers; skills development; primary education; higher education; post-secondary institutions; educated parents; internships; tuition fees; training services; skills deficiencies; educational reform; post-secondary students; institutions of higher education; mathematics skills; trained labor force; job seekers; cognitive test; education targets; returns to education; education programs; cognitive skills; vocational courses; primary school; quality of education; education for all; tertiary education system; postgraduate education; formal education system; self esteem; rural areas; national education; primary data; enrollment; writing skills; secondary education; university graduates; literacy assessment; academic year; literacy rates; stipends; learning outcomes; skilled workers; bachelor degree; unemployment rate; computer skills; human resource development; net enrolment rates; tertiary education; average completion rate; low educational attainment; education system; primary schooling; educational outcomes; dropout rates; net enrolment; instructors; employment; secondary school; educational quality; lower levels of education; certification level; social development; adults; labor market needs; educated population; higher levels of education; leadership; post-secondary education; nutrition; girls; education quality; teacher; personality; curricula; access to training; school performance; human resource planning; vocational training; investments in education; education sector; sports; reading skills; basic skills; literacy; higher education institutions; reading; lifelong learning; numeracy; educational systems; training institutions; learning; literacy skills; parental education; ministry of education; career; occupations; educational investments; teacher training; level of education; universities; education level; education development; university level; on the job training; interventions; university education; lower secondary education; educational levels; post-secondary education system; employment outcomes; skilled workforce; teaching materials; further education; work experience; teaching methods; basic literacy; higher education sector; lower secondary level; labor force; educational attainment; student body; tertiary students; private sector providers; skills training; social welfare; reading comprehension; human capital; aptitudes; national education system; mathematics; education providers; technical skills; equitable access; teaching; national university; job training; gender disparities; employed graduates; public expenditure; kindergarten; schooling; high dropout; formal educational system; professional training; skills acquisition; degrees; public institutions

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Lao has embarked on an ambitious plan to transform its economy, reduce poverty, and graduate from least developed country status by 2020. The objectives of this report are 1) to provide critical information to the Government of Lao PDR (GoL) about existing skills gaps in Lao; 2) to provide the GoL and the steering committee that will revise the Human Resource Development Strategy 2000-2 ...