Post-Primary Education

By TRUCANO, Michael
InfoDev's ""Survey of ICT and Education in Africa"" seeks to gather together in asingle resource the most relevant and useful information on ICT in educationactivities in Africa in all 53 African countries. The release of...
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By KIBE, Samuel, ODHIAMBO, John
The paper presents success of an intervention on capacity development asimplemented in Kenya. This is a technical cooperation between JICA and Ministryof Education, Kenya. It is known as the Strengthening of Mathematics and Science in Secondary...
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By MULKEEN, Aidan
This working paper is based on country case studies of Ethiopia, Ghana, Guinea,Madagascar, Tanzania, and Uganda, and an extensive literature review. In manyparts of Africa, the demand for secondary teachers substantially exceeds thesupply, due to...
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By SCHUH-MOORE, Audrey-Marie
This study identifies the extent to which inefficiencies and supply mechanismsimpact the expansion of secondary education in sub-Saharan Africa. The studyuses existing demographic and education system data to quantify the demandfor teachers for six...
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By MIHYO, Paschal
Over the last few decades African institutions of higher education have lostcapacity to retain staff in teaching and technical services. This is due to globalcompetition, uncompetitive wages and benefits and lack of integration of highereducation in...
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By OPERTTI, Renato
This piece is particularly intended tocontribute to orientate African countries towards positive changes with respectto curricular reforms and help them design and implement sustainable and effectiveprocesses of democratization of the learning...
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By GEORGESCU, Dakmara
The study explores elements in the written (intended) curriculum of ten sub-SaharanAfrican countries (Angola, Botswana, Burundi, Congo-Brazaville,Kenya, Mali, Mauritius, Mozambique, Senegal, South Africa) that can beassociated with the development...
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By SARR, Joseph
In Senegal, the articulation between general education (both formal and nonformaleducation) and vocational training is a top priority in the educationalpolicies designed to combat poverty and promote sustainable development.This was the aim of the...
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By BERGERON, Denise
Management has come to be recognized as an essential factor contributingto the quality of secondary education. According to the World Bank initiativeSecondary Education in Africa (SEIA), concerted actions designed to improveleadership at educational...
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By OUANE, Adama
The holistic and integrated nature of lifelong learning (LLL) offers the necessaryframework to cater for post-primary education of various kinds. LLL providesthe conditions and capacities for genuine empowerment and inclusion. Its...
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