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|2 May 2013||
Investing in training and practical education will stimulate and diversify the jobs market in Asia - creating the basis for an expanding middle class. asia...
|11 May 2012||
Tại tất cả các khu vực của châu Á, các hộ gia đình đang dành một khoản chi tiêu đáng kể cho học thêm. Việc học thêm có thể góp phần vào những thành tích đạt được của học sinh nhưng đồng thời nó cũng duy trì và và làm cho bất bình đẳng xã hội thêm trầm trọng, làm chuyển hướng các nguồn lực vốn được dùng cho mục đích khác và có thể góp phần vào sự không hiệu quả của các hệ thống giáo dục...
|7 May 2012||
In all parts of Asia, households devote considerable expenditures to private supplementary tutoring. This tutoring may contribute to students’ achievement, but it also maintains and exacerbates social inequalities, diverts resources from other uses, and can contribute to inefficiencies in education systems. Such tutoring is widely called shadow education, because it mimics school...
|1 Apr 2010||
Impact Stories Central and West Asia: home of the Silk Road and its historic merchant capitals of Bukhara and Samarkand, Herat and Kashgar; of the fertile fields of the Fergana Valley; and of the many cultures of the Caucasus. Nearly 20 years since many of these countries emerged from the collapsing Soviet Union, the Asian...
|23 Jul 2009||
Asia-Pacific Governments Urged to Consider Conditional Cash Incentives Asia-Pacific governments should consider enhancing the use of Conditional Cash Transfers to help vulnerable families affected by the global financial crisis, ADB Vice-President Ursula Schaefer-Preuss said today...
|25 Sep 2008||
ADB Providing CAREC $4.5M to Improve Research and Training Coordination The Asian Development Bank is providing $4.5 million to foster closer cooperation among participating countries of the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation by establishing a virtual institute that will...
|2 Mar 2007||
ADB Helping Central Asian Gateway Expand Coverage ADB is supporting the Central Asian Gateway Project to expand its coverage and strengthen efforts to build a network of research institutes in Central Asia and neighboring countries. TASHKENT,...
|1 Apr 2000||
Asian Development Outlook The Asian Development Outlook 2000 is the Asian Development Bank's annual survey of economic developments in its developing member countries in the Asian and Pacific region. This year, the Outlook looks at the social challenge facing developing Asia as it enters the new millennium: improving...
|7 Jun 2012||
ADB education expert Jouko Sarvi talks about the economic and social implications of private tutoring in Asia and the Pacific. Jouko Sarvi, Practice Leader for Education at ADB's Regional and Sustainable Development Department, is responsible for coordinating policy and strategy of ADB...
|2 May 2010||
33511 Opening remarks by Haruhiko Kuroda, ADB President, at Uzbekistan Day at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors, Tashkent, Uzbekistan Introduction Your Excellencies First Deputy Prime Minister and Chair of the ADB Board of Governors, Mr. Rustam Azimov; Deputy Prime Minister Mr Elyor Ganiev;...