According to the World Bank, this project will boost the use of statistical information in the Guatemalan education system to promote evidence-based decision-making. A key component of the project will allow for MINEDUC to have access to information to reduce gaps in education services across gender, geographic locations, ethnic groups, and income level. The main results sought are as follows:
The project will be implemented by the Dirección de Planificacion Educativa agency. Indigenous groups may be impacted by this project.
Enrique O. Alasino Massetti: Telephone No : 5398+219
Francisco Haimovich Paz: Telephone No : 202-473-9794
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