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Tracking Basic Education Expenditure in Yemen : Analyses of Public Resource Management and Teacher Absenteeism

ABSENTEEISM RATES ACADEMIC YEAR ACCESS RATE ACCURATE INFORMATION ACHIEVEMENTS ADULT LITERACY ADULT LITERACY RATE AVAILABILITY OF TEXTBOOKS BASIC EDUCATION BASIC EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT BASIC EDUCATION POLICY BASIC EDUCATION SECTOR BASIC EDUCATION STRATEGY BASIC EDUCATION SYSTEM BASIC SCHOOLS BOARD OF DIRECTORS CALL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES CIVIL SERVICE CLASS SIZE CLASSROOM CLASSROOMS COHORT SURVIVAL COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION COMPLETION RATES COMPULSORY BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM DECISION MAKING DELIVERY MECHANISMS DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DEVELOPMENT GOALS DIPLOMAS DISTRICT EDUCATION DOUBLE SHIFT DOUBLE SHIFTS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH EDUCATION EXPENDITURE EDUCATION EXPENDITURES EDUCATION FINANCE EDUCATION FOR ALL EDUCATION LEVEL EDUCATION OFFICES EDUCATION OFFICIALS EDUCATION PLANS EDUCATION SERVICES EDUCATION SPENDING EDUCATION TARGETS EDUCATIONAL ACCESS EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES EDUCATIONAL PERSONNEL EDUCATIONAL QUALITY EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM EMPLOYMENT ENROLLMENT EXPANSION ENROLLMENT FIGURES ENROLLMENT GROWTH ENROLLMENT RATES EQUITABLE EDUCATION EXAMS EXPENDITURES PER STUDENT FEMALE ADULT ILLITERACY FEMALE ENROLLMENT FEMALE ENROLLMENT RATE FEMALE ILLITERACY FEMALE LITERACY FEMALE LITERACY RATES FEMALE STUDENTS FEMALE TEACHER FEMALE TEACHERS FINAL EXAMS FINANCIAL RESOURCES FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT GENDER DISPARITIES GENDER GAP GENDER IMBALANCES GENDER INEQUALITIES GENDER PARITY GENDER-SENSITIVE GENERAL EDUCATION GENERAL SECONDARY EDUCATION GER GHOST WORKERS GIRLS GROSS ENROLLMENT GROSS ENROLLMENT RATE GROSS ENROLLMENT RATES HIGH RATES OF REPETITION HIGHER GRADES HUMAN DEVELOPMENT ILLITERACY RATE ILLITERACY RATES INTAKE RATE JOB SECURITY LEARNING LEARNING MATERIALS LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES LEARNING OUTCOMES LEVEL OF EDUCATION LITERACY RATES LOCAL AUTHORITIES LOCAL LEVEL LOCAL SCHOOLS MINISTRIES OF FINANCE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION MONITORING LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT NEEDS ASSESSMENT NUMBER OF SCHOOLS NUMBER OF STUDENTS NUMBER OF TEACHERS NUMBER OF TEXTBOOKS NUTRITION OFFICIAL CURRICULUM PARTICIPATION IN EDUCATION PER STUDENT EXPENDITURES POOR PEOPLE POVERTY REDUCTION PRE-SERVICE TEACHER TRAINING PRIMARY COMPLETION PRIMARY COMPLETION RATE PRIMARY SCHOOLING PROVISION OF TEXTBOOKS PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC FUNDS PUBLIC SCHOOLING PUBLIC SCHOOLS QUALIFIED TEACHERS QUALITY OF EDUCATION RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES RECURRENT EDUCATION EXPENDITURES REMOTE SCHOOLS REPEATERS RESEARCHERS RETENTION RATES RURAL AREAS RURAL SCHOOLS SCHOOL AFFAIRS SCHOOL AUTONOMY SCHOOL BUILDING SCHOOL BUILDINGS SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION SCHOOL ENROLLMENT SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT SCHOOL FACILITIES SCHOOL FEES SCHOOL FURNITURE SCHOOL LEVEL SCHOOL LEVELS SCHOOL MAPPING SCHOOL PERSONNEL SCHOOL PRINCIPALS SCHOOL RECORDS SCHOOL SIZE SCHOOL STUDENTS SCHOOL SUPPLIES SCHOOL SURVEY SCHOOL SURVEYS SCHOOL TIME SCHOOL VISIT SCHOOL YEAR SCHOOLING SCHOOLS SCHOOLS FOR GIRLS SECONDARY EDUCATION SECONDARY SCHOOLS SERVICE TRAINING SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGES STANDARDIZED TESTS STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT STUDENT ATTENDANCE STUDENT ENROLLMENT STUDENT EXPENDITURES STUDENT-TEACHER RATIO TEACHER TEACHER ABSENTEEISM TEACHER DEPLOYMENT TEACHER DEVELOPMENT TEACHER EMPLOYMENT TEACHER HIRING TEACHER MANAGEMENT TEACHER PERFORMANCE TEACHER QUALITY TEACHER SELECTION TEACHER TRAINING TEACHER WORKFORCE TEACHERS TEACHING TEACHING FORCE TEACHING PERSONNEL TEACHING POSTS TEXTBOOK TEXTBOOK DISTRIBUTION TEXTBOOK PROVISION TEXTBOOKS UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION UNIVERSAL PRIMARY ENROLLMENT UNIVERSITY DEGREE UNIVERSITY DEGREE HOLDERS UNIVERSITY DEGREES URBAN AREAS URBAN SCHOOLS VISITS TO SCHOOLS
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Yemen, Republic of
2012-06-15T16:10:44Z | 2012-06-15T16:10:44Z | 2006-12

Yemen faces significant challenges in expanding access and promoting quality for improved educational outcomes. The study employs both qualitative and quantitative methods to provide recommendations for tracking public expenditure and improving service delivery in the basic education sector in Yemen. To this end, it documents the management of public resources in Yemen's education sector and potential inefficiencies in the use of these resources. This report, through its various components, revealed significant impediments-teacher deployment and salary payment, materials provision, student and teacher attendance, among others-on the path to improving education service delivery in Yemen. This study examines four main research issues related to Yemen's education sector: 1) leakage in the flow of funds, 2) compliance with financial management standards, 3) incentives to provide better quality services, and 4) teacher management issues. The study investigates the disparities and inconsistencies between formal regulations and informal practices in teacher deployment, wage payments, and resource allocations to schools. The study explores how absenteeism correlates with a wide range of potential determinants of the quality of education at the individual, facility, and national levels.

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