Cost-benefit analysis: Improving the quality of primary school education in Malawi – Technical Report
23 March 2021
Malawi’s education system is facing many challenges. Despite a consistently high proportion of the government’s budget being allocated to education, youth in Malawi are failing to progress to secondary school in large numbers and consistently do poorly compared to other similar countries assessed on literacy and math skills. This report has proposed several intervention options that can mitigate some of the barriers to high-quality primary education that currently exist in Malawi. This includes five interventions: classroom construction, reduced class sizes, in-service teacher training, school feeding, and technology-assisted learning.
Cost-benefit analysis: Improving the quality of primary school education in Malawi - Technical Report
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