This book analyzes the performance of South Asian educational systems and identifies the causes and correlates of student learning outcomes. Drawing on successful initiatives both in the region and elsewhere in the world, it offers an insightful approach to setting priorities for enhancing the quality of school education in South Asia.part of a government-administered large-scale student assessment. It, too, found that ... In the six years between 2003 and 2009, average test scores in all subjects went up by at least 12 percent. In some ... (figure 2.24) taken after grade 10, where failure rates can go as high as 70 percent, especially for the English language examination. Figure 2.25 shows that in Bangladesh, except for mathematics, the failure rate did not change appreciably between 2003 and 2009 . Of course, ifanbsp;...
|Title||:||Student Learning in South Asia|
|Author||:||Halil Dundar, Tara Béteille, Michelle Riboud, Anil Deolalikar|
|Publisher||:||World Bank Publications - 2014-05-30|