This report was conducted in 2011 by the Jordan Fiscal Reform Project, a six year USAID project. It presents perspectives and makes recommendations for the education sector in Jordan. The perspectives are presented in three sections and are derived from a variety of sources including interviews of education officials, the study of past reports, analyses of current situations and trends over time, and comparisons with other countries. Section 1 presents a general overview of the size and scope of education in Jordan and sets the analytic stage by presenting the results of a regression-based model that predicts “reasonable expectations” for education in Jordan based on worldwide data. Section 2 presents perspectives on Jordan’s education system with information about institutions, financing, student enrollments, levels of employment, and results.