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OVERVIEW Learning to realize education’s promise

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    Service Delivery in the Middle East

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    International Data.” NBER Working

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    PART II Thelearningcrisis 2 The gre

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    Figure 2.1 Schoolenrollmentshavesho

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    These gaps are even larger when dis

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    Figure 2.6 Multipleexclusions:Girls

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    47. Behrman, Rosenzweig, and Taubma

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    ————. 2016. Global Educatio

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    FIGURE S1.1 Figure S1.1 Synapsedeve

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    3 Themanyfacesofthe learningcrisis

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    Figure 3.3 Learningoutcomesaresubst

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    Box 3.2 Gender-baseddifferencesinle

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    Figure 3.5 Middle-incomecountries t

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    FIGURE 3.7 systematically integrati

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    Figure 3.10 Alotofofficialteachingt

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    Figure 3.12 Managementcapacity islo

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    Sector, East Asia and the Pacific R

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    Pritchett, Lant, and Amanda Beatty.

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    Figure S2.1 Severedeprivationaffect

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    Totakelearning seriously,startby me

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    etter able to target resources to i

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    Choose learning metrics based on wh

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    in surveys conducted both nationall

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    Lab Experimental Evidence from Ugan

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    Tanaka, Shinichiro. 2001. “Corrup

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    FIGURE S3.1 Figure S3.1 Cognitive,s

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    PART III Innovations and evidence f

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    class size by 10 students reduced t

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    11. Das and others (2013). 12. Mont

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    Table 5.1 Models of human behavior

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    difficult, costly, and usually inco

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    Figure 5.3 Integrated programs thro

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    Demand-side interventions can impro

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    Figure 5.7 Workers with higher lite

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    program completion. 91 Student succ

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    Education in Community College.”

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    Working paper, Pôle de Dakar for E

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    Business, University of Amsterdam;

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    Teacher skills and motivation both

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    Box 6.1 The landscape of in-service

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    Box 6.3 Reaching learners in their

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    Box 6.5 Would raising teachers’ s

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    financial incentives did not improv

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    Working Paper IDB-WP-223, Inter-Ame

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    Ong’uti, Charles Onchiri, Peter J

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    Everything else should strengthen t

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    activities. 10 Rich countries face

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    Box 7.1 Training better school prin

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    21. Burde and Linden (2013). 22. Ad

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    through Enhancing Community Partici

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    Figure 8.1 Few benefit from workpla

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    Figure 8.2 Most vocational training

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    professionalize TVET teaching. Six

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    Matched Employer-Employee Data.”

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    Martinson, Karin. 2010. “Partneri

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    Figure S5.1 Technology use has incr

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    Michaels, Guy, Ashwini Natraj, and

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    9 Education systems are misaligned

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    Box 9.1 It’s all about (education

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    Incentives Education system actors

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    student outcomes at the school leve

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    Box 9.3 Can private schooling be al

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    17. King and Rogers (2014); Park (2

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    Sandström, F. Mikael, and Fredrik

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    Figure S6.1 Governments devote a la

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    Table S6.1 Inequalities in public e

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    References Altinok, Nadir. 2010.

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    methods were much less effective at

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    Box 10.1 How do teachers’ unions

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    which makes it hard to measure stud

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    innovating. Such behavior coexists

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    Committee, Organisation for Economi

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    Figure 11.1 Primary school numeracy

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    Box 11.2 Citizen-led assessments ha

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    Box 11.3 Using the legal system to

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    Box 11.5 Reformers in Chile negotia

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    Searching for solutions to local pr

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    into government schools, and inform

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    Figure 11.4 Most funding for educat

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    Experimental Evidence from Albania.

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    MIT Political Science Research Pape