According to the Bank’s website, the project is a proposed sector development program aligned with the Government of Georgia's objective of ensuring individuals reach their full potential and contribute to the social, economic, and cultural development of Georgia as a sustainable knowledge-based society and strong civil society. The program's outcome will be secondary education system better equips the country's youth with the core competencies to succeed in post-secondary education and higher-productivity jobs of the future. This will be achieved through three outputs: (i) equitable access to high-quality and diversified secondary education enhanced; (ii) quality and relevance of teaching in secondary education enhanced; and (iii) governance and institutional capacity of secondary education system strengthened. The proposed program is expected to be financed with $150 million loan from Asian Development Bank (ADB) ordinary capital resources.
Social Sector Specialist- Asian Development Bank
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