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Guatemala - Education Quality and Secondary Education Project (Inglês)

The objective of the Education Quality and Secondary Education Project for Guatemala is to improve access to a quality lower secondary education for low income students, especially indigenous communities, through improved primary education completion rates for overage students, strengthened flexible lower secondary education modalities and school management. There are component to the project. Component one: primary education completion and quality: This component will support an integrated strategy for Basic Education (primary and lower secondary cycles) to increase primary education retention and completion of overage students, and promote their continued education at the lower secondary education level. The component will also support proposed reforms to the Pre-Service Teacher Training system. Component two: access and quality of lower secondary education: This component will support integrated strategies to increase the quality and access to lower secondary education (grades 7-9). It will include support for: (i) the curricular reform of secondary education; (ii) strengthening and expansion of existing lower secondary education modalities; and (iii) strengthening education demand programs. Component three: school management in support of education quality. This component will advance the lessons learned on school management strategies implemented at the primary school level in Guatemala.


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    Guatemala - Education Quality and Secondary Education Project

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