The Education Sector Reform Project will build on the achievements of three previous projects that supported major sector reforms, helped the Government to reorient the education system to the needs of the market economy, and rehabilitated schools. The Project will support the Government to improve the quality and relevance of primary and secondary education with a view to shifting to a 12-year education system. The Project has four components: (i) improving education planning, management, and budgeting; (ii) strengthening pre-service teacher training (PSTT); (iii) enhancing the quality, affordability, and levels of provision of textbooks and other teaching and learning materials, including enhanced innovation in the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in the classroom; and (iv) providing better learning conditions by upgrading the physical infrastructure of teacher training institutes (TTIs).
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