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Findings from the 2010-11 Basic Education Service Delivery Survey : A Collection of Policy Notes

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS ACADEMIC YEAR ACCEPTABLE STANDARD ADVANCED EDUCATION ADVANCED LEARNING ATTENDANCE RECORDS AVAILABILITY OF MATH AVAILABILITY OF TEXTBOOKS AVERAGE CLASS SIZE AVERAGE SCORE AVERAGE STUDENT-TEACHER RATIO BASIC EDUCATION BASIC EDUCATION PROVISION BASIC EDUCATION SYSTEM BASIC EDUCATION TEACHERS BASIC SCHOOL SYSTEM BASIC SCHOOLING BASIC SCHOOLS CHALKBOARD CHALKBOARDS CLASS SIZE CLASS SIZES CLASSROOM CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT CLASSROOM FURNITURE CLASSROOMS COGNITIVE DOMAINS COMPLETION RATE COMPLETION RATES CROWDED CLASSROOMS CURRICULUM DIFFICULT LEARNING ENVIRONMENT DROP-OUTS EARLY GRADES EDUCATION COUNCILS EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION FOR ALL EDUCATION MANAGEMENT EDUCATION MINISTRIES EDUCATION POLICY EDUCATION SECTOR EDUCATION SERVICES EDUCATION STATISTICS EDUCATION SYSTEM EDUCATION SYSTEMS EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT EFFECTIVE TEACHING EMPLOYMENT ENROLLMENT OF STUDENTS ENROLLMENT GROWTH ENROLLMENT RATIO ETHNIC MINORITIES EXPENDITURES EXPERIENCED TEACHERS FEMALE STUDENTS FIRST LANGUAGE FORMAL EDUCATION GENDER EQUITY GENDER PARITY GENDER PARITY INDEX GENERAL EDUCATION GIRLS GROSS ENROLLMENT GROSS ENROLLMENT RATIO HEAD TEACHER HEAD TEACHERS HIGHER EDUCATION HIGHER GRADES HIGHER LEARNING HIGHER LEVELS OF EDUCATION INDEXES INSTRUCTIONAL TIME INTAKE RATE INTERVENTIONS INVESTMENT IN EDUCATION INVESTMENTS IN EDUCATION JOB TRAINING LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION LEARNING ASSESSMENTS LEARNING ENVIRONMENT LEARNING MATERIALS LEARNING OUTCOMES LEVELS OF EDUCATION LIFE SKILLS LITERACY LOWER SECONDARY EDUCATION MINISTRIES OF EDUCATION MONITORING LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT NATIONAL ASSESSMENT NATIONAL ASSESSMENTS NATIONAL CURRICULUM NATIONAL EDUCATION NUMBER OF PUPILS NUMBER OF SCHOOLS NUMBER OF STUDENTS NUMBER OF STUDENTS PER TEACHER NUMBER OF TEACHERS NUMERACY OFFICIAL PRIMARY SCHOOL PAPERS PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATIONS PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICE PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS POST-CONFLICT SITUATION PRIMARY PUPILS PRIMARY SCHOOL PROBLEM SOLVING PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PROVISION OF EDUCATION PUBLIC EDUCATION SPENDING PUPIL-TEACHER RATIOS PUPIL-TEXTBOOK RATIO QUALITY EDUCATION QUALITY INSTRUCTION QUALITY OF EDUCATION QUALITY TEACHERS READING REGISTRATION FEES REGULAR SCHOOLS REMOTE SCHOOLS RETENTION RATE RURAL AREAS RURAL EDUCATION RURAL SCHOOL RURAL SCHOOLS RURAL STUDENTS RURAL TEACHERS RURAL VILLAGE SANITATION SCHOOL AGE SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN SCHOOL BUILDING SCHOOL BUILDINGS SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION SCHOOL COUNCILS SCHOOL CURRICULA SCHOOL DAYS SCHOOL ENROLLMENT SCHOOL ENROLLMENTS SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT SCHOOL FEEDING SCHOOL FEEDING PROGRAMS SCHOOL FEES SCHOOL INFRASTRUCTURE SCHOOL LEVEL SCHOOL LOCATION SCHOOL MANAGEMENT SCHOOL PARTICIPATION SCHOOL RECORDS SCHOOL STATISTICS SCHOOL SYSTEM SCHOOL SYSTEMS SCHOOL YEAR SCHOOL YEARS SCHOOLING SCHOOLS SCIENCE STUDY SECONDARY EDUCATION SERVICE TRAINING SHORTAGE OF TEXTBOOKS STATE EDUCATION STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT STUDENT ASSESSMENT STUDENT ATTENDANCE STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS STUDENT DROPOUTS STUDENT ENROLLMENTS STUDENT FLOWS STUDENT LEARNING STUDENT LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT STUDENT LEARNING ASSESSMENT STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES STUDENT PERFORMANCE STUDENT-TEACHER RATIO STUDENT-TEACHER RATIOS TEACHER TEACHER ABSENTEEISM TEACHER DEPLOYMENT TEACHER MANAGEMENT TEACHER SALARIES TEACHER SHORTAGE TEACHER SHORTAGES TEACHER SUPERVISION TEACHER SUPPLY TEACHER TRAINING TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGES TEACHER UNIONS TEACHERS TEACHING TEACHING QUALITY TEXTBOOK TEXTBOOK AVAILABILITY TEXTBOOK SHORTAGE TEXTBOOK SUPPLY TEXTBOOKS TRAINEE TEACHERS UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION UNIVERSITIES URBAN SCHOOL URBAN SCHOOLS
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Washington, DC
Africa | Sudan
2017-12-07T17:34:53Z | 2017-12-07T17:34:53Z | 2012-04

Enrollment in basic education in the Republic of the Sudan has risen continuously since 2005. However, service delivery in basic schools and student learning outcomes are generally weak The papers included in this book use survey data to describe how basic schools function in four states of the Republic of the Sudan. The main objective is to provide representative data on basic school resources and student learning levels to allow targeting of resources to priority areas and increase the efficiency of resource use in order to promote student learning. The source of data is the second Basic Education Service Delivery Survey (SDS2) that covered 253 schools in the 2010-11 academic year across the states of Blue Nile, North Darfur, Red Sea and South Kordofan in Sudan. Basic education is the fundamental cycle of education in Sudan, combining primary and lower secondary education into one eight-year cycle. Enrollments in basic schools have surged in recent years, from 3.3 million students in 2000-01 to 4.9 million in 2008-09, with particularly rapid enrollment growth in post-conflict states, including the four states examined in this paper. This paper complements the education sector status report published in 2012.5. It contributes to the knowledge of basic education in the four states by providing a systematic account of service delivery and student achievement in basic schools. These two reports, along with other analytical work, are being used to inform the preparation of a new national education sector plan for 2012-16. Key contributions of this paper include the measurement of learning outcomes, comparisons between urban and rural schools, information on the role of the education councils in school financing and specific data on schools for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in North Darfur.

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