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Strategies for Sustainable Financing of Secondary Education in Sub-Saharan Africa

ACADEMIC RANKING ACADEMIC YEAR ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION ACCOUNTING ACHIEVEMENT ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITIES ADMISSION CRITERIA APPROPRIATE TEACHING AUDITS BANKS BENEFICIARIES BUDGETING CALCULATION CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE CIVIL SERVICE COLLEGES CONTINUING EDUCATION CONTRIBUTIONS COST OF EDUCATION DEGREE COURSES DEGREES DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS DISTANCE LEARNING DIVERSIFICATION DOCTORAL STUDIES ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC REALITY EDUCATION BUDGET EDUCATION FACILITIES EDUCATION FOR ALL EDUCATION POLICIES EDUCATION PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL COSTS EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS EDUCATIONAL PROJECTS EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES ENROLLMENT CAPACITY ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS EXAMS EXPENDITURES FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FINANCIAL COST FINANCIAL IMPACT FINANCIAL IMPACTS FINANCIAL INCENTIVES FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY FOREIGN STUDENTS GENERAL PUBLIC GRADUATE DIPLOMA GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT GRADUATION CERTIFICATE HIGH QUALITY EDUCATION HIGHER EDUCATION HIGHER EDUCATION DIPLOMA HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTES HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS HIGHER EDUCATION PLANNING HIGHER EDUCATION RESEARCH HIGHER EDUCATION SECTOR HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEMS HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RESOURCES INCOME INCOME-GENERATING ACTIVITIES INFORMATION SYSTEMS INSTITUTIONAL AUTONOMY INVESTMENT IN EDUCATION INVESTMENT PROGRAM LABOR MARKET LABOR MARKET DEMAND LACK OF INFORMATION LEVEL OF EDUCATION LEVELS OF EDUCATION LONG-TERM PLANNING MASTERS LEVEL MIDDLE EASTERN NATIONAL ECONOMY NATIONAL POLICY GUIDELINES NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS NUMBER OF STUDENTS NUMBER OF TEACHERS PAPERS PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIVATE EDUCATION PRIVATE EDUCATION SECTOR PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATION PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS PRIVATE INVESTMENT PRIVATE SECTOR INVOLVEMENT PROFESSIONAL DEGREE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PROPERTY TAXES PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC HIGHER EDUCATION PUBLISHERS QUALITY OF EDUCATION RAPID DEVELOPMENT RATE OF RETURN REAL COSTS RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES RESEARCH PROGRAMS RESOURCE ALLOCATION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES RETIREMENTS RETRAINING SALARY SANITATION SAVINGS SCHOLARSHIP SCHOLARSHIPS SCHOOL FEES SCHOOL YEAR SCHOOLS SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH SECONDARY COURSES SECONDARY EDUCATION SECONDARY EDUCATION SECTOR SECONDARY SCHOOL SOCIAL BENEFITS SOCIAL SERVICES SPORTS STAKEHOLDER STAKEHOLDERS STUDENT ASSISTANCE STUDENT DEMAND STUDENT ENROLLMENT STUDENT FINANCIAL AID STUDENT FLOW STUDENT FLOWS STUDENT LOAN STUDENT LOANS STUDENT POPULATION STUDENT POPULATIONS STUDENTS PER YEAR SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA TEACHER TEACHER TRAINING TEACHER-STUDENT RATIOS TEACHERS TEACHING TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TECHNICAL EDUCATION TRAINING COSTS TUITION TUITION FEES TYPES OF EDUCATION UNIVERSAL PRIMARY COMPLETION UNIVERSITIES UNIVERSITY ADMISSIONS UNIVERSITY FACILITIES UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS UNIVERSITY STUDENTS UNIVERSITY TEACHERS VOCATIONAL COURSES VOCATIONAL QUALIFICATION VOCATIONAL TRAINING VOCATIONAL TRAINING COURSES WAGE WITHDRAWAL WORK FORCE WORKING HOURS
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Washington, DC : World Bank
Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa
2012-05-24T20:28:43Z | 2012-05-24T20:28:43Z | 2008

This thematic study discusses strategies for sustainable financing of secondary education in Sub-Saharan Africa. The report provides insight into options for financing the expansion of secondary education and training in Africa. This comes with a hefty price tag and points to the need to undertake fundamental reforms swiftly. This publication messages are clear: secondary education and training in Sub-Saharan Africa faces the challenge of improved efficiency and improved quality simultaneously with a fast growing demand. Sustainable financing will also require more effective public-private partnerships, because governments have many priorities and do not have a lot of room for significant additional public funding of post-primary systems. Educational reforms are needed to expand enrollment in secondary schooling in affordable ways. These reforms will contribute to poverty reduction by increasing the levels of knowledge, skills, and capability; diminishing inequalities in access that limit social mobility and skew income distribution; and contributing to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) that relate to education.

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