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ABSENTEEISM ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT ACADEMIC SUBJECTS ACCESS TO PRIMARY EDUCATION ACCREDITATION ACHIEVEMENT DATA ACTIVE LEARNING BASIC EDUCATION BEGINNING TEACHERS CAPACITY BUILDING CAREER CAREER OPPORTUNITIES CAREERS CLASSROOM CLASSROOM EXPERIENCE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT CLASSROOM PARTICIPATION CLASSROOM TEACHING COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES CONTINUOUS LEARNING CURRICULUM CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK DECENTRALIZATION DISCIPLINES EARLY CHILDHOOD EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION EDUCATION DEGREE EDUCATION DIRECTORATES EDUCATION FOR GIRLS EDUCATION LEADERS EDUCATION POLICIES EDUCATION PROGRAMS EDUCATION QUALITY EDUCATION REFORM EDUCATION SECTOR EDUCATION SYSTEM EDUCATION SYSTEMS EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT EDUCATIONAL EVALUATION EDUCATIONAL QUALITY EFFECTIVE TEACHERS EFFECTIVE TEACHING EMPLOYMENT ENTRANCE EXAMINATION ENTRY REQUIREMENTS EXAM EXPERIENCED TEACHERS FACULTIES FACULTY OF EDUCATION FACULTY OF LAW FEMALE TEACHERS FOREIGN LANGUAGES GENDER EQUITY GIRLS GLOBAL EDUCATION GRADING HOMEWORK HUMAN RESOURCES INCENTIVES FOR TEACHERS INDUCTION TRAINING INFORMATION SYSTEMS INNOVATIVE APPROACHES INSTRUCTION INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY LEADERSHIP LEADERSHIP SKILLS LEARNING LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS LEARNING OUTCOMES LESSON PLANNING LITERACY LITERATURE LOWER SECONDARY LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS MEDICAL SCHOOL MINISTRY OF EDUCATION NATIONAL CURRICULUM NATIONAL EDUCATION NATIONAL EDUCATION INDICATORS NEW ENTRANTS NUMBER OF STUDENTS NUMBER OF TEACHERS OUT-OF-SCHOOL CHILDREN PEDAGOGIC SKILLS PEDAGOGICAL SKILLS PEDAGOGY PRIMARY CHILDREN PRIMARY COMPLETION PRIMARY COMPLETION RATES PRIMARY ENROLLMENT PRIMARY ENROLLMENT RATE PRIMARY LEVEL PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC EDUCATION PUBLIC SCHOOL PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS PUBLIC SCHOOLS QUALIFIED TEACHERS QUALITY ASSURANCE QUALITY OF EDUCATION QUALITY OF TEACHING QUALITY STANDARDS READING REGULAR TEACHER RURAL AREAS SALARY INCREASES SANITATION SCHOLARSHIPS SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT SCHOOL LEAVING EXAMINATION SCHOOL PRINCIPALS SCHOOL STUDENTS SCHOOL TEACHERS SCHOOL TIME SCHOOLS SCIENCE STUDY SECONDARY EDUCATION SECONDARY ENROLLMENT SECONDARY ENROLLMENT RATE SECONDARY SCHOOL SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS SECONDARY SCHOOLS SENIOR TEACHER SERVICE TRAINING SKILLED TEACHERS SKILLS TRAINING SPECIAL NEEDS STANDARDIZED TESTS STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT STUDENT ASSESSMENTS STUDENT ENROLLMENT STUDENT ENROLLMENT PATTERNS STUDENT LEARNING STUDENT PERFORMANCE STUDENT POPULATION STUDENT-TEACHER RATIOS SUBJECT AREAS SUBJECT DISCIPLINES SUBJECT MATTER SUBJECT MATTER KNOWLEDGE SUBJECT MATTERS SUPPLY OF TEACHERS TARGETED INCENTIVES TEACHER TEACHER COMPETENCIES TEACHER EDUCATION TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS TEACHER EVALUATIONS TEACHER ORGANIZATIONS TEACHER PAY TEACHER PERFORMANCE TEACHER STANDARDS TEACHER TRAINING TEACHERS TEACHING TEACHING EXPERIENCE TEACHING FORCE TEACHING JOB TEACHING PROCESSES TEACHING QUALITY TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT TERTIARY EDUCATION TEXTBOOKS TRAINING PROGRAMS UNIVERSITIES YOUTH
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Egypt, Arab Republic of
2014-04-21T21:21:55Z | 2014-04-21T21:21:55Z | 2010-01

In 2008 (the most recent data available), Egypt spent 3.8 percent of Gross Domestic Product, or GDP on public education; in 2003 this figure was recorded as 4.9 percent. In 2008, Egypt spent 11.9 percent of total public spending on education; in 2003, this figure was recorded as 16.2 percent. However, over recent years, Egypt has achieved important improvements in access to primary education. The primary enrollment rate reached 94 percent (2007) from 86 percent at the beginning of the decade. Egypt's secondary enrollment rate (71 percent in 2002) compares favorably to other countries in the Middle East and North Africa region and to other low-middle income countries. Despite these improvements, learning outcomes remain a source of concern. Egyptian students mean scores in the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study Mathematics (TIMSS) declined between 2003 and 2007, from 406 to 391 points. Thus, improving the quality of education is a priority for the country.

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