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Discovering what works in education - Informed policy making through impact evaluations (Árabe)

This Results Profile talks about impact evaluations to improve education around the World. The World Bank has systematically been using rigorous impact evaluations in Bank-funded education projects around the world to help generate knowledge about how to improve results in education since 2006. The Bank’s work on education has focused on promoting rigorous evaluations of three of the most common types of accountability to promote reforms in basic education, school-based management, and information provision to empower school stakeholders, and teacher contracting and incentive reforms. The Bank has also significantly contributed to the knowledge base on demand side interventions that aims to increase school attainment among the poor. World Bank draws evidence from rigorous evaluations funded by country budgets, research support budget and the development partners. The Bank has drawn on evaluation expertise from many universities and research institutions in both developed and developing countries, and has built impact evaluation capacity through regional workshops. Improving the lives of children around the world and achieving learning for all is not possible through financing alone but requires the multiplier effects of knowledge at the cornerstone of all interventions. The Bank continues to promote evidence-based policymaking, deepen the knowledge base through impact evaluations, and synthesize results for use beyond evaluated projects. The development of rigorous impact evaluations marks a permanent shift in how the development community does business in the education sector




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