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Final Addendum to Technical Assessment - Additional Financing - Jordan Education Reform Support Program-for-Results - P173091 (英语)

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  • 作者

    Abu-Ghaida,Dina N.

  • 文件日期

    2020/06/06

  • 文件类型

    Program-for-Results Technical Assessment

  • 卷号

    1

  • 国家

    约旦,

  • 地区

    中东与北非区,

  • 发布日期

    2020/06/06

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • 文件名称

    Final Addendum to Technical Assessment - Additional Financing - Jordan Education Reform Support Program-for-Results - P173091

  • 关键词

    female student; health and safety requirement; children with special need; Vocational Education; equal access; in school; learning environment; gender bias; blended learning; Education Information Systems; strategic objective; gender disparity; learning opportunity; educational software; positive relationship; quality of education; students with disability; Equity in Education; safe learning environment; lifelong learning opportunity; learners with disability; special educational need; information and communication; world food programme; quality assurance system; children and youth; inclusive education system; Gender Equality; gender balance; better learning; wash facility; Basic Education; learning level; digital skills; sex-disaggregated data; gender analysis; instructional time; digital divide; Teachers; sign language; study material; crisis situation; school staff; improved health; sanitation practice; vocational stream; educational content; anecdotal evidence; Equal Opportunity; teacher policy; poverty action; class size; student learning; education qualification; life prospects; career choice; Higher Education; socialization process; different donor; Gender Inequality; gender inequalities; vulnerable group; refugee population; emotional support; learning experience; institutional performance; dropout rate; higher repetition; education opportunity; community participation; learning program; counseling service; remedial education; early literacy; numeracy skill; school closure; school year; high school; disadvantaged backgrounds; socioeconomic background; human capital; children's education; Education Planning; behavioral difficulty; school child; family environment; emotional skill; disadvantaged student; Child development; school readiness; public health; child's ability; school feeding; iterative approach; psychosocial support; learning modality; emergency response; teaching method; safety measure; peer interaction

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