This sector loan has been designed to support the Government's Second Primary Education Development Program (PEDP II) during 2003 2009. PEDP II was prepared in consultation with stakeholders through a Government-led participatory process. Results from an indepth evaluation of the First Primary Education Development Program (PEDP I) were incorporated as well as lessons learned from other sectorwide approach programs (SWAPs) in Bangladesh and in the region. PEDP II is an integrated and coordinated program covering the formal primary education subsector. PEDP II will focus on improving the quality of education in primary schools; it will strengthen policy, and organizational and institutional development necessary to support coordination, subsector planning, management, monitoring and evaluation.
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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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