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        Paginationxvi, 57 p. :
        Number of Pages41
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Report Card on Education in Southeast Asia

Students are able to obtain foreign degree locally. This is strongly related to the financial reward they get from their profession as teachers.

The same picture can also be found in countries like Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and even Indonesia. This is important not only to lower dropout rates but also for combating malnutrition among school children and thus facilitate their learning. For instance, Bangladesh invested 2.

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One of the most notable examples isused often in universities around the world—including Harvard, Yale, and Stanford. d Lack of good textbooks and other learning materials. About 4,000 villages lack of primary schools. Sixty percent of the adults in Nepal and Bangladesh, and about 55 percent in Pakistan and Bhutan, are illiterate see Table 2. The lesson is that graduates have to be able to find work quickly, otherwise educated, unemployed graduates will leave or worse: stay and start a revolution.

Many students in rural schools are being taught by teachers who barely know more than their students.