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Improvements in the quality of basic education: Chile’s experience

Joseph Wales, Ahmed Ali and Susan Nicolai, with Francisca Morales and Daniel Contreras
7 July 2014

Chile is one of the few countries to have improved the quality of its basic education significantly in recent decades. As a result of efforts starting in the 1990s, there have been clear improvements in the country’s performance in national and international test scores. This case study explores.

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Beyond basic: the growth of post-primary education in Kenya

Susan Nicolai and Annalisa Prizzon, with Sébastien Hine
7 July 2014

School life expectancy in Kenya increased by a third in the last decade, from 8.4 years in 2000 to 11 years in 2009 - outpacing most other African countries. This figure captures a wide range of progress in post-primary education, and this case study explores that progress.

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Towards better education quality: Indonesia’s promising path

Julia Tobias, Joseph Wales, Ekki Syamsulhakim and Suharti
7 July 2014

Since 2000, Indonesia has made huge efforts to improve educational outcomes, as measured by improvments across a range of indicators. This case study explores this progress, looking at what has been achieved, how it was achieved and what lessons we can learn from Indonesia.

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