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Governance, Management, and Accountability in Secondary Education in Sub-Saharan Africa

ACADEMIC SKILLS ACCOUNTING ADOLESCENTS ADULTS BASIC EDUCATION BASIC LITERACY BASIC NEEDS BENEFICIARIES BEST PRACTICE BEST PRACTICES CHECKS COGNITIVE SKILLS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMPULSORY EDUCATION COMPULSORY SECONDARY EDUCATION CONTRIBUTION COUNTRY CASE STUDIES CURRENCY CURRICULA CURRICULUM CURRICULUM DESIGN DECENTRALIZATION DECENTRALIZED MANAGEMENT DEMAND FOR EDUCATION DEMONSTRATION DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM DIPLOMAS DISTRICT EDUCATION ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC REFORMS EDUCATED STUDENTS EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION FOR ALL EDUCATION GOVERNANCE EDUCATION INDICATORS EDUCATION LEVELS EDUCATION MANAGEMENT EDUCATION MANAGERS EDUCATION MINISTRIES EDUCATION OFFICES EDUCATION OUTCOMES EDUCATION POLICIES EDUCATION POLICY EDUCATION PROVIDERS EDUCATION QUALITY EDUCATION REFORM EDUCATION REFORMS EDUCATION SECTOR EDUCATION SERVICES EDUCATION STANDARDS EDUCATION SYSTEM EDUCATION SYSTEMS EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT EDUCATIONAL EQUITY EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES EDUCATIONAL QUALITY EDUCATIONAL REFORM EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS EDUCATORS ELIMINATION OF GENDER DISPARITIES FINANCES FINANCIAL INVESTMENTS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FREE SECONDARY EDUCATION GENERAL SECONDARY EDUCATION GIRLS GROSS ENROLLMENT GROSS ENROLLMENT RATIO HIGH SCHOOL HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK INVESTING INVESTMENT PROGRAM JUNIOR SECONDARY JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY LABOR FORCE LABOR MARKET LABOR MARKETS LEARNERS LEARNING OUTCOMES LEARNING STRATEGIES LEVELS OF EDUCATION LEVELS OF EDUCATION SYSTEMS LIFE SKILLS LIFELONG EDUCATION LITERACY LOCAL EDUCATION LOCAL LEVEL LOCAL MANAGEMENT LOCAL SCHOOL MANAGEMENT LOW LEVELS OF EDUCATION LOWER SECONDARY EDUCATION MARKET ANALYSIS MATH MATH SKILLS MATHEMATICS MIDDLE EAST MIDDLE SCHOOL MINISTRIES OF EDUCATION NATIONAL ASSESSMENTS NATIONAL CURRICULUM NATIONAL EDUCATION NORTH AFRICA NUMBER OF STUDENTS OPEN LEARNING PAPERS PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATIONS PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOL LEAVERS PRIMARY SCHOOLS PRINTING PRIVATE SCHOOL PRIVATE SCHOOLS PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOLS PRIVATE TUTORING PROVINCIAL EDUCATION PROVISION OF INFORMATION PUBLIC EDUCATION SYSTEM PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC GOOD PUBLIC GOODS PUBLIC PRIMARY PUBLIC SCHOOL PUBLIC SCHOOLS PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PUPILS QUALITY EDUCATION QUALITY OF EDUCATION QUALITY OF EDUCATION SERVICES QUALITY OF LIFE READING RESPONSIBILITIES SCHOOL AUTONOMY SCHOOL BOARDS SCHOOL CHILDREN SCHOOL COUNCILS SCHOOL DATA SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT PLAN SCHOOL EDUCATION SCHOOL GOVERNANCE SCHOOL HEAD SCHOOL HEADS SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN SCHOOL LEADERS SCHOOL LEARNING SCHOOL LEAVING SCHOOL LEAVING EXAMINATION SCHOOL LEVEL SCHOOL LEVELS SCHOOL MANAGEMENT SCHOOL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE SCHOOL MANAGEMENT TEAM SCHOOL OWNERS SCHOOL PRINCIPALS SCHOOL PROGRAMS SCHOOL REFORM SCHOOL SYSTEM SCHOOLING SCIENCE STUDY SECONDARY EDUCATION SECONDARY LEVEL SECONDARY SCHOOL SECONDARY SCHOOLS SECONDARY STUDENTS SENIOR SHOW HOW SIGNIFICANT IMPACT SOUTH AMERICA SPORTS STAKEHOLDERS STUDENT ASSESSMENT STUDENT LEARNING STUDENT PERFORMANCE SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA SUPPORT PROGRAM TEACHER TEACHER RATIOS TEACHER TRAINING TEACHER UNIONS TEACHERS TEACHING TECHNICAL EDUCATION TECHNICAL TRAINING TERTIARY EDUCATION TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES TRAINING PROGRAM TRAINING PROGRAMMES UNIVERSAL EDUCATION UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION UNIVERSITIES VOCATIONAL EDUCATION VOCATIONAL SCHOOL VOCATIONAL TRAINING VOUCHERS YOUNG PEOPLE
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Washington, DC : World Bank
Africa
2012-05-24T19:13:21Z | 2012-05-24T19:13:21Z | 2008

The purpose of this study, educations for all has led to a significant increase in the number of students completing primary education in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). It has also created tremendous demand for secondary education. This paper discusses the processes that support upward and downward accountability in the secondary education system and processes designed to ensure internal accountability and accountability for learning outcomes. This report focuses on school-level management as the place where governance structures and management processes converge. It examines the role of various governance structures for secondary schools and their impact on the management of teachers and of general academic and financial management. Finally this publication summarizes the discussions in terms of the key issues and suggestions for improvements within educational governance, management, and accountability.

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