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Egypt - Supporting Egypt Education Reform Project (English)

The objective of the Supporting Egypt Education Reform Project is to improve teaching and learning conditions in public schools. There are five components to the project, the first component being improved early childhood education. The component aims to expand access to quality early childhood education (ECE) in Egypt, through two subcomponents. Increased access to KG, and Improved quality of KG education. The second component is the effective teachers and education leaders. The component aims to improve the pre-tertiary education effectiveness of teachers, education leaders, and supervisors through two subcomponents: improved quality of continuous professional development (CPD) system; and expanded CPD opportunities. The third component is the comprehensive assessment reform for improved student learning. The component has the following four subcomponents: reforming the examination system in upper secondary education, introducing a grade 4 national assessment, transforming the grade 9 examination, and restructuring the NCEEE. The fourth component is the enhancing education service delivery through connected systems. This cross-cutting component will support the government’s commitment to invest in new education technology infrastructure and services. Investments in new education technology infrastructure will be funded by the Borrower. Finally, the fifth component is the project management, communication, and monitoring and evaluation.




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Egypt - Supporting Egypt Education Reform Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.