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Strategies for Sustainable Financing of Secondary Education in Sub-Saharan Africa : Appendix 2 - Projecting the Future in Tanzania, Uganda, and Rwanda

ACCESS FOR GIRLS ACCESS TO SECONDARY SCHOOLS ACCESS TO TEXTBOOKS ADULT EDUCATION AGE COHORT BASIC EDUCATION BASIC SKILLS BOARDING BOARDING COSTS CLASS SIZE CLASS SIZES CLASSROOM CLASSROOM BUILDING CLASSROOM CONSTRUCTION CLASSROOM SPACE CLASSROOMS COLLEGES OF EDUCATION COMPLETION RATE CORE CURRICULUM COST OF TRAINING COST PER PUPIL COST PER STUDENT COSTS OF TEACHER TRAINING CURRICULA CURRICULUM CURRICULUM REFORM DISADVANTAGED GROUPS DOUBLE SHIFT DROPOUT RATES EARLY GRADES EDUCATION BUDGET EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION EXPENDITURE EDUCATION EXPENDITURES EDUCATION FOR ALL EDUCATION LEVEL EDUCATION SECTOR EDUCATION SYSTEM EDUCATION SYSTEMS EDUCATIONAL EXPENDITURE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES EMPLOYMENT ENROLLMENT ENROLLMENT FIGURES ENROLLMENT GROWTH ENROLLMENT OF STUDENTS ENROLLMENT RATE EQUITABLE ACCESS FEE WAIVERS FORMULA FUNDING FREE SCHOOLS FURTHER EDUCATION GENDER PARITY GER GRADUATE LEVEL GROSS ENROLLMENT GROSS ENROLLMENT RATES GROWTH IN ENROLLMENT HIGHER EDUCATION LABOR FORCE LEARNERS LEARNING LEARNING MATERIAL LEARNING MATERIALS LEARNING RESOURCES LEVEL OF EDUCATION MINISTRY OF EDUCATION NET ENROLLMENT NET ENROLLMENT RATE NEW ENTRANTS NUMBER OF PUPILS NUMBER OF REPEATERS NUMBER OF SCHOOLS NUMBER OF STUDENTS NUMBER OF TEACHERS ORPHANS OUTREACH ACTIVITIES PAPERS PARTICIPATION RATES PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE POLYTECHNICS PRIMARY CLASSROOMS PRIMARY COMPLETION PRIMARY COMPLETION RATES PRIMARY EDUCATION EXPANSION PRIMARY ENROLLMENT PRIMARY ENROLLMENTS PRIMARY GRADE PRIMARY GRADES PRIMARY GRADUATES PRIMARY LEVEL PRIMARY PUPILS PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOL GRADUATES PRIMARY SCHOOL LEAVING EXAMINATION PRIMARY SCHOOLING PRIMARY SCHOOLS PRIMARY TEACHER PRIMARY TEACHER TRAINING PRIMARY TEACHERS PRIMARY-SCHOOL PRIMARY-SCHOOL LEAVERS PRIVATE EDUCATION PRIVATE SCHOOLS PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOLS PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUPIL-TEACHER RATIOS QUALIFIED TEACHERS QUALITY ASSURANCE QUALITY ASSURANCE SYSTEMS QUALITY LEARNING RECURRENT EDUCATION EXPENDITURES REPEATERS REPETITION REPETITION RATES SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION SCHOOL COST SCHOOL COSTS SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT SCHOOL ENROLLMENT SCHOOL ENROLLMENTS SCHOOL EXPANSION SCHOOL FEE SCHOOL FEES SCHOOL LEAVERS SCHOOL LEVEL SCHOOL LOCATION SCHOOL MANAGEMENT SCHOOL MAPPING SCHOOL PLACES SCHOOL SYSTEM SCHOOLS SECONDARY EDUCATION SECONDARY SCHOOL SMALL SCHOOLS STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT STUDENT COSTS SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA SUPPLY OF TEACHERS TARGETED BURSARIES TEACHER ATTRITION TEACHER COLLEGES TEACHER EDUCATION TEACHER SUPPLY TEACHER TRAINING TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGES TEACHERS TECHNICAL INSTITUTES TERTIARY LEVEL TERTIARY SECTORS TEXTBOOK TEXTBOOK PROVISION TRAINEES TRAINING COSTS TRAINING NEEDS UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION UNIVERSITY COSTS UNIVERSITY LEVEL UNTRAINED TEACHERS UPE VULNERABLE CHILDREN
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Tanzania | Uganda | Rwanda
2012-05-24T19:42:24Z | 2012-05-24T19:42:24Z | 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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