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PN 2011-15: Some Issues on Low Participation Rates in Basic Education

Despite the various efforts to improve the Philippines` education system, why does this country still have low participation rates in education? What are the reasons behind the growing numbers of out-of-school children? What are the reasons for their nonattendance? This Note delves deeper into the issue.

Philippine Institute for Development Studies
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Albert, Jose Ramon G.; Ramos, Andre Philippe; Quimba, Francis Mark A.; Philippines; basic education; school participation; out-of-school children,dropouts;
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Published in 2011 and available in the PIDS Library or Downloaded 1,129 times since November 25, 2011
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