The Project will contribute to reduce poverty in Viet Nam through development and improvement of upper secondary education. The Project will improve quality, efficiency, equity, and management capacity in upper secondary education by strengthening quality support systems nationwide and targeting some of the most economically as well as educationally disadvantaged areas of Viet Nam. The specific objectives are to improve quality and efficiency of upper secondary education, promote access, equity, and participation, and strengthen institutional capacity from Ministry of Education and Training to local level of administration.
The Project comprises three components: (i) supporting conditions for quality improvement in upper secondary education; (ii) improving access, equity, and participation in upper secondary education in disadvantaged areas; and (iii) strengthening management of upper secondary education.
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students benefiting from new or improved educational facilities
students educated and trained under improved quality assurance systems
teachers trained with quality or competency standards
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