I support Dr. Klees statement and would like to add that the people at the World Bank really do not care to see any learning taking place. What they have done in these developing countries is inexcusable. You may blame the teachers but if you don't support the students with supplemental materials how do you expect them to learn. Give me a fraction of the money they spend paying themselves for doing these useless studies and I will build libraries and information centers in villages across Africa. These information and community centers would put knowledge in the hands of the students and their parents and schools would have extra resources to give students a quality education. Farmers would have information to transform their yields and World Bank employees would have no money to commission studies that don't to much to improve the human condition in the neediest areas of the world. I guess that's why we don't see much movement in poverty reduction.