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|25 Oct 2012||
South Asia Project Briefs This brief gives an overview of the Third Primary Education Development Project in Bangladesh. It supports the Primary Education Development Program (PEDP) III, which builds on the PEDP II achievement, lessons identified, and joint experience of the government and development partners. It broadens...
|30 Sep 2012||
The Bangladesh country operations business plan (COBP), 2013–2015 updates the COBP, 2012–2014 and is the second COBP under the country partnership strategy (CPS), 2011–2015. The proposed country operations for 2013–2015 are consistent with the operational priorities of the CPS, which is aligned with the strategies and sector and thematic priorities of Bangladesh's Sixth Five-Year Plan,...
|8 Aug 2013||
English Share: Facebook Twitter Impact Evaluation Studies ONGOING EVALUATION. Since the early 1990s, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has provided substantial support to the Government of Bangladesh to develop and strengthen secondary...
|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...
|5 Sep 2012||
30216-013 Despite impressive enrollment rates of around 98%, primary education in Bangladesh is hampered by low levels of teacher-pupil interaction, poor teacher training, and high student dropout rates. ADB is working with the government to step up the quality of primary education through the $1.1 billion Second Primary...
|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...
|31 May 2012||
45317 45317-001 Decision document for the Support for the Third Primary Education Development Project in Bangladesh, presented to ADB's Board of Directors or Management for approval...
|2 Apr 2012||
News from Country Offices
DHAKA, BANGLADESH -- The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is providing $70 million in loans for further improvements to the quality of training for secondary school teachers in Bangladesh, which should improve the overall quality of education in the country. "Education is one of the pillars of development. This project will strengthen teachings, and help deliver quality education that...
|28 Mar 2012||
37307 37307-013 2266 <p> Describes major goods, works and consulting services procurement either ongoing or expected for the Secondary...