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Bosnia and Herzegovina - Education Development Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2000/04/14

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    PID7969

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Bosnia and Herzegovina,

  • Region

    Europe and Central Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    Bosnia and Herzegovina - Education Development Project

  • Keywords

    Direct Support to Schools;efficient use of resource;primary school teacher;Higher Education;teacher training institution;quality of teaching;ministries of education;quality of education;management of education;delegation of responsibility;higher education system;analysis of poverty;education development strategy;Decentralization of Education;availability of labor;primary school child;financial management arrangement;body of knowledge;degree of autonomy;secondary education program;labor market demand;weakness of exit;emerging market economy;Reform of Education;procurement of furniture;procurement and disbursement;child centered teaching;Equity in Education;demand for labor;development of capacity;allocation of fund;distribution of responsibility;private sector partner;management mechanism;public resource;strategy development;educational material;school level;evaluation committee;secondary level;Education Governance;educational standard;educational program;school board;consensus building;adult training;state agency;household survey;educational input;Vocational Education;public debate;accreditation system;statistical institute;school grant;parallel financing;education issues;public education;political control;equity issue;joint training;fund performance;public expenditure;financial audits;primary student;funding proposal;school year;assessment agency;vehicle operation;secondary technical;market information;university level;project negotiation;fund activity;small school;Macroeconomic Growth;education law;cash payment;political stability;post conflict;university faculties;education statistic;funding mechanism;institutional consolidation;performance information;management capacity;institutional environment;grant system;management capability;efficiency gain;position descriptions;award process;academic standard;common standards;administrative matter;budget model;computer software;statistical information;operational budget;policy-making process;management tool;investment operation;adjustment operation;professional capacity;learning process;information collection;equitable use;public policy;donor community;nation building;reconstruction support;household welfare;oecd countries;public dialogue;Education Administration;learning resource;institutional innovation;educational quality;socio-economic context;minority right;capacity constraint;qualitative goals;education strategy;educational achievement;learning initiative;education resource;common language;class size;Funding agencies;acceptable standard;donor funding;teaching methodologies;professional development;secondary teacher;skill need;teaching credential;methodological approach;transition country;transition countries;educational system;learning skill;dramatic change;teaching force;inefficient allocation;expenditure authority;municipal government;teacher ratio;community level;political resistance;educational delivery;learning objective;educational performance;secondary student;decentralization reform;rational allocation;secondary system;labor flexibility;Continuous Learning;financial information;education institution;competitive basis;school leaver;adverse environment;public consultation;primary task;procurement procedure;participating university;public dissemination;teaching practice;educational improvement;Performance Standards;pedagogical institute;professional service;education community;field work;Student Assessment;qualitative data;unanimous approval;financial auditor;

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Bosnia and Herzegovina - Education Development Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/371901468743393327/Bosnia-and-Herzegovina-Education-Development-Project