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Basic Education Public Expenditure Review Phase II : School Based Management in the Philippines, An Empirical Investigation

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  • World Bank, 2013. "Basic Education Public Expenditure Review Phase II : School Based Management in the Philippines, An Empirical Investigation," World Bank Other Operational Studies 16076, The World Bank.
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    1. Felipe Barrera-Osorio & Tazeen Fasih & Harry Anthony Patrinos & Lucrecia Santibáñez, 2009. "Decentralized Decision-making in Schools : The Theory and Evidence on School-based Management," World Bank Publications, The World Bank, number 2632, July.
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    6. Khattri, Nidhi & Ling, Cristina & Jha, Shreyasi, 2010. "The effects of school-based management in the Philippines : an initial assessment using administrative data," Policy Research Working Paper Series 5248, The World Bank.
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    Social Protections and Labor - Disability Education - Education For All Tertiary Education Teaching and Learning Education - Primary Education;

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