Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS Dec 11, 2018
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According to the bank, the proposed Technical Cooperation grant (TC) has the objective of supporting the METI in the creation of a laboratory School for Early Childhood Education that can serve as a testing and innovation center for approaches that can eventually be implemented on a national scale. The recently constructed Maria Gall Hill center will house the Laboratory school. The LAB school will have a particularly focus on the teaching and learning of Science, Mathematics, and Literacy; it is part of the METI's goal to improve the teaching and learning of STEAM subjects. In addition, the Lab school will develop and test initiatives to increase parent involvement and parent education to motivate them to stay involved in their children's education throughout their school career.
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