Laos plans upgrade of primary education

|Source: Vientiane Times|
Education in Laos. Credit: GPE/Stephan Bachenheimer

Officials from several Loa ministries took part in an education sector working group in Vientiane to approve steps for restructuring the second phase of a GPE project that supports the improvement of pre-primary and primary education in Laos. It provides a mechanism for the government and development partners to engage in joint reviews, planning, budgeting and prioritizing.

The project is also aimed at improving reading outcomes and assessment capacity with a focus on promoting evidence-based approaches to teaching and learning of the Lao language in early grades. Components of the second phase include the development of a school-based management framework that encourages improved quality, monitoring, evaluation, reporting and accountability. 

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