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Madagascar Public Expenditure Review 2015 : Education

SKILLS EDUCATION STRATEGY ANNUAL GRANTS TEACHING FORCE PRIMARY TEACHERS TEACHERS YOUTH LITERACY DROPOUT RATE SCHOOLING PUPIL-CLASSROOM RATIOS ENROLLMENT ENROLLMENT RATIO SCHOOL ENROLLMENT SCHOOL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES ATTENDANCE RATES GROUPS PRIMARY SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT HIGH SCHOOL PRIMARY CYCLE SCHOOL DROPOUTS GROSS ENROLLMENT RATIO EDUCATION OUTCOMES CLASSROOM RATIO HIGHER EDUCATION GENERAL EDUCATION EDUCATION EXPENDITURES INSTRUCTIONAL TIME LEARNING ACHIEVEMENTS LEARNING MATERIALS TRAINING PROGRAMS LITERACY RATES COMPLETION RATE EXAMS TRAINING CENTERS LITERACY TEXTBOOKS EDUCATION SECTOR EDUCATION EXPENDITURE KNOWLEDGE LITERACY RATE EDUCATION FOR ALL COMPLETION RATES LEARNING MATERIAL QUALITY OF EDUCATION TRAINING SCHOOL CALENDAR TEACHER TRAINING PRIMARY ENROLLMENT PRIVATE SCHOOLS SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION PRIMARY COMPLETION RATE SECONDARY SCHOOL PRESCHOOL ENROLLMENT ENROLLMENT FOR CHILDREN EDUCATION BUDGET LEARNING FORMAL TRAINING EDUCATION SYSTEM PRIMARY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT FIGURES TEACHING GROSS ENROLLMENT PRIMARY COMPLETION RATES PUPIL- CLASSROOM RATIOS ENROLLMENT RATIOS EDUCATION SPENDING PRIMARY SCHOOLS SCHOOL MANAGEMENT CLASS REPETITION COSTS OF EDUCATION GROSS ENROLLMENT RATIOS VOCATIONAL TRAINING INVESTMENT IN EDUCATION PRIMARY COMPLETION ENROLLMENT RATES PUPIL-CLASSROOM RATIO SCHOOL FEES TEACHING AIDS VALUES PUBLIC EXPENDITURE SCHOOLS CURRICULA LEARNING OUTCOMES ENROLLMENT RATE COMMUNITY TEACHERS AGE GROUPS TEXTBOOK SCHOOL CANTEENS GER PRIVATE EDUCATION YOUTH NATIONAL EDUCATION SCHOOL CHILDREN PUBLIC EDUCATION SPENDING SCHOOL FURNITURE QUALIFIED TEACHERS NUTRITION TEACHER COST PER CHILD GROSS ENROLLMENT RATE CHILDREN LEVEL OF EDUCATION QUALITY EDUCATION COST PER STUDENT EDUCATION INVESTMENT SCHOOL OPERATIONS RURAL AREAS BASIC SKILLS PRIMARY EDUCATION SYSTEM PUPIL SPENDING TRAINING OF TEACHERS STUDENT LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT SCHOOL FEEDING PROGRAMS GIRLS PUBLIC SCHOOL PUBLIC SCHOOLS STUDENTS LEADERSHIP INTERVENTIONS ACCESS TO QUALITY EDUCATION SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN FEES PRIMARY EDUCATION EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION CLASSROOM CLASSROOMS SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT ATTENDANCE RATE REGULAR TEACHERS STUDENT LEARNING GENDER EQUALITY SCHOOL COMMITTEES SCHOOL AGE OUT-OF-SCHOOL CHILDREN PRIVATE EXPENDITURE
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Madagascar
2016-06-07T19:46:43Z | 2016-06-07T19:46:43Z | 2015-06-24

Management of the primary education system in Madagascar follows a centralized model, supported by de-concentrated services. Education is divided into (a) preschool, (b) 5 years of primary education, (c) 4 years of lower secondary, (d) 3 years of upper secondary, and (e) higher education. An important feature of the Malagasy education system is the relatively well developed framework for school-based management. The school management committees (FAFs, Fiaraha-miombon’Antoka ho amin’ny Fampandrosoana ny sekoly) consist of parents, teachers, the school director, and representatives from the local community. They have been in existence in each school since 2002, when the government started providing annual grants to schools on a per capita basis to cover part of schools’ operating expenses. The FAFs are responsible for managing these grants, and play a critical role in improving accountability of service delivery and promoting community engagement and social dialogue among local stakeholders. The FAFs are also increasingly participating in the financing of school operations, including hiring and paying community teachers and financing basic supplies. Trends in contributions from school committees in the financing of education are examined in details later in the paper.

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