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Learning in Liberia

The Liberian Education Advancement Program (LEAP) is a public private partnership with eight non state actors designed to improve school management in order to bring about improved learning outcomes for students across the government school system.

Learning in Liberia: Year three is a co-authored study by UNESCO’s Vice Chair of the Education Commission and Head of Education Delivery at the Ministry of Education in Liberia, and NewGlobe. The study specifically focuses on the progress being made in Bridge Liberia supported schools after three years of the public private partnership.

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Learning in Liberia

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The Liberian Education Advancement Program (LEAP) is a public private...