By Shahidur R. Khandker, World Bank
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Similarly, rural electrification has a much more important influence on boys' school participation than on girls'. 16 Proximity to primary school is important for both boys and girls but is more important for girls than for boys. If the secondary school in a village is a junior rather than a high school, the school participation of girls is small. As expected, school expenses have a negative effect on the school participation of both boys and girls. After controlling for the effects of household- and community-level variables, school participation is higher in Khulna, Dhaka, and Chittagong regions than in Rajshahi region.
After controlling for the effects of household- and community-level variables, school participation is higher in Khulna, Dhaka, and Chittagong regions than in Rajshahi region. Once a child is in school, it is important to find out what school-level inputs are most important in determining the child's schooling attainment. Table 5 presents the descriptive statistics, and table 6 the regression results for the school performance (as measured by schooling attainment, failure, and dropout rates), of children age 5 to 20 given that the children are already in school.
Page ix Executive Summary Besides being a critical development objective in its own right, education is an important form of human capital that improves productivity, health, and nutrition and slows population growth. In Bangladesh -- where per capita income is only $210 and the literacy rate is only 35 percent -- the need to promote investment in education can hardly be overemphasized. 2 percent for low-income countries and 6 percent for high-income countries. Moreover, the resources Bangladesh allocates to education are inequitably distributed across gender and region.