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Jordan - Sixth Education Project (English)

The major objectives of the project are to replace inadequate facilities and to provide additional capacity in compulsory (grades 1-9) and general secondary (grades 10-12) education, improve availability of laboratories, libraries and workshops in upper-secondary schools, and increase the vocational content of curricula. In addition, the project would contribute to the institutional development of the MOE, already initiated under the earlier Bank-financed education projects. The project would include: (a) constructing, equipping, and furnishing 25 compulsory schools and 7 general secondary schools for girls as well as 6 compulsory schools and 9 general secondary schools for boys; (b) constructing, equipping and furnishing science laboratories, libraries and multi-purpose workshops for 53 existing upper general secondary schools; and (c) technical assistance for training instructors, education planning and technology, project implementation and preinvestment studies.


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    Middle East and North Africa,

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    Jordan - Sixth Education Project

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Jordan - Sixth Education Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.