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Nhan đề: Decomposing Gaps in Student Learning in Developing Countries: Evidence from Vietnamese and Peruvian Panel Data
Tác giả: Glewwe, Paul
Krutikova, Sofya
Rolleston, Caine
Từ khoá: Learning
Student
Viet Nam
Peru
Education
Tóm tắt: (1) Most, if not almost all, economists agree on the importance of human capital, especially formal education, in determining a country’s standard of living. (2) Much progress has beenmade on getting almost all children in developing countriesenrolled in primary school, and most enrolled in secondary school. (3) Yet there is sobering evidence that many children in those countries are not learning verymuch from their time in school.
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