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Pakistan - Second Sindh Education Sector Project (English)

The objective of the Second Sindh Education Sector Project for Pakistan is to raise school participation by improving sector governance and accountability and strengthening administrative systems, and measure student achievement. The components include: preparation of school budgets, both salary and non-salary components, following transparent, objective, and needs-based criteria; and third party support to the districts for managing and monitoring the flow and use of school budgets in line with applicable rules and regulations. Administration of the Annual School Census (ASC) for government schools on a regular basis through two distinct channels across districts, namely via a contracted third party and standard government process, accompanied by strengthened administrative procedures, procedures, and practices, and web-based direct reporting by secondary and higher secondary schools to improve the regularity, relevance, and reliability of ASC data. Appointment of specialized cadres of education managers and school headmasters following transparent, objective, merit-based criteria and rigorous mechanisms; contracts with performance terms and conditions; induction training, job guidelines, management materials and tools; and a tailored annual performance evaluation process (within the government's standard performance evaluation system).


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    South Asia,

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    Pakistan - Second Sindh Education Sector Project

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Pakistan - Second Sindh Education Sector Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.