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Submitted by YorTz on
...it is also important to discuss the priorities for investments in education if your funds are limited. Due to MDG 2 we have seen important progress with primary schooling. To be literate and numerate opens a new world to us. But these are most often just the basis skills you need to find (formal) work. So secondary education, vocational education and training, tertiary education are very important if a government implements industrial policies. And then we are again confronted with the problem of picking winners. Shall(or to what extent shall) a government align the education system with its industrial policy?