For a region with high educational attainment, a shortage of skills in Europe and Central Asia has emerged as one of the most important constraints to growth. This title recommends greater focus on the quality of education and measuring what students actually learn, as well as bigger emphasis on incentives to produce better learning results.Managing Education for Results in Eastern Europe and Central Asia Lars Sondergaard, Mamta Murthi ... a lesser degree, the countries of South Eastern Europe as well as the Russian Federation and Ukraineawhich have already granted tertiary providers considerable autonomy. ... mandate that increased autonomy be accompanied by more abusinesslikea and accountable leadership and management.
|Title||:||Skills, not just Diplomas|
|Author||:||Lars Sondergaard, Mamta Murthi|
|Publisher||:||World Bank Publications - 2011-10-11|