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Morocco - Supporting the Design of Performance-Based Contracts to Improve Results in Education (English)

Morocco has made dramatic improvements in access to education over the last two decades. The country has built thousands of schools, hired and trained teachers, achieved universal primary education, and registered large improvements in student learning outcomes. While the education system has recorded impressive and rapid improvement, challenges remain. Student dropout rates remain high and regional and gender inequalities in access to education and learning outcomes persist. As part of efforts to tackle these remaining challenges, the government has provided greater autonomy to regional education offices as a way of encouraging improvements in the quality of education programs and to ensure that they are sensitive to local needs. The Results in Education for All Children (REACH) trust fund provided a grant aimed at exploring how performance contracts between the central ministry and its regional offices could improve cooperation between different levels of government and renew a focus on results.

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Morocco - Supporting the Design of Performance-Based Contracts to Improve Results in Education (English). Results-Based Financing Around the World Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/813581576839048549/Morocco-Supporting-the-Design-of-Performance-Based-Contracts-to-Improve-Results-in-Education