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Education in Ethiopia: Strengthening the Foundation for Sustainable Progress.

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Education in Ethiopia; strengthening the foundation for sustainable progress.

The World Bank

2005

285 pages

$30.00

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A World Bank country study

LA1516

This report from the World Bank analyzes Ethiopia's education policies and offers suggestions for improving outcomes. It incorporates both administrative data and information from household surveys to document key dimensions of primary and secondary education. The focus is on expenditures and service delivery, and their impact on learning achievement. The relationship between schooling and employment patterns is addressed in the final chapter.

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