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Survey of ICT and Education in Africa : Tunisia Country Report

ACADEMIC YEAR BASIC EDUCATION BASIC EDUCATION SYSTEM CLASSROOM COLLABORATIVE LEARNING COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES COMPUTER SCIENCE CONTINUOUS TRAINING CONVENTIONAL EDUCATION CREATIVE TEACHERS CREDIT-HOUR SYSTEM CURRICULUM DIGITAL DIVIDE DIPLOMAS DISTANCE EDUCATION DISTANCE LEARNING DOCTORAL DEGREES EDUCATION CYCLE EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS EDUCATION OFFICIALS EDUCATION STATISTICS EDUCATION STUDENTS EDUCATION SYSTEM EDUCATION TEACHERS EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS EDUCATIONAL SOFTWARE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM ETHNIC GROUPS FEMALE STUDENTS FURTHER EDUCATION GENERAL EDUCATION HIGH SCHOOLS HIGHER EDUCATION HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTES HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS HIGHER TECHNICAL EDUCATION HUMAN RESOURCES INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION KINDERGARTENS LEARNERS LEARNING LEARNING METHODS LEARNING SKILLS LITERACY MINISTRY OF EDUCATION NORTH AFRICA NUMBER OF STUDENTS NUMBER OF TEACHERS OPEN SCHOOL PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION PREPARATORY SCHOOLS PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY SCHOOLS PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC HIGHER EDUCATION PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS PUPILS QUALITY OF EDUCATION RADIO REGISTRATION FEES REPEATERS RURAL AREAS SCHOOL EDUCATION SCHOOL INSPECTORS SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH SECONDARY EDUCATION SECONDARY SCHOOL SECONDARY SCHOOLS TEACHER TEACHER TRAINERS TEACHER TRAINING TEACHERS TEACHING TEACHING-LEARNING TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS TRAINING FOR TEACHERS TRAINING OF TRAINERS TRAINING PROGRAMME TRAINING PROGRAMMES UNEMPLOYMENT RATE UNIVERSITIES UNIVERSITY GRADUATES UNIVERSITY LEVEL VIRTUAL INSTITUTIONS
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Tunisia
2012-08-13T12:37:21Z | 2012-08-13T12:37:21Z | 2007-06

This short country report, a result of larger Information for Development Program (infoDev)-supported survey of the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in education in Africa, provides a general overview of current activities and issues related to ICT use in education in the country. Tunisia has committed to the institutionalization of ICT in all aspects of the economy and has played a leading role on the global level by hosting the second phase of the world summit on the information system. To introduce and sustain the integration of ICT in education, Tunisia has implemented a multi-dimensional strategy based on modernizing its infrastructure. Education is an important sector affected by this policy where a major restructuring took place and reforms have taken into consideration the integration of ICT. Training and professional development of teachers and administrators were also considered as keys to successfully implementing ICT at all stages of the teaching-learning process. Distance education opens new horizons and constitutes a rich field of research, innovation, and creation that still needs to be reinforced and further developed.

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