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Eritrea : Education and Training Sector Note

ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE ACHIEVEMENTS ADDITION ADULT EDUCATION AGE GROUP BASIC EDUCATION CALL CLASSROOMS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CURRICULA DECENTRALIZATION DECISION MAKING DELIVERY MECHANISMS DEVELOPMENT GOALS DISTANCE EDUCATION DROP-OUT RATES EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION DELIVERY EDUCATION EXPENDITURES EDUCATION FINANCE EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS EDUCATION LAW EDUCATION POLICY EDUCATION SECTOR EDUCATION SERVICES EDUCATION SYSTEM ENROLLMENT ENROLMENT RATE EXTERNAL FUNDING FINE ARTS GENERAL SECONDARY EDUCATION GER GIRLS GROSS ENROLLMENT GROSS ENROLLMENT RATIO GROSS ENROLMENT RATIO HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INSTRUCTION LABOR MARKET LANGUAGE SKILLS LEADERSHIP LEARNING LEARNING OUTCOMES LEVEL OF EDUCATION LIFELONG LEARNING LITERACY MATHEMATICS MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS MOTHER TONGUE NER NET ENROLMENT RATIO OTHER EDUCATION STAKEHOLDERS OUT-OF-SCHOOL YOUTH PEDAGOGY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS POVERTY REDUCTION PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIMARY TEACHERS PRINCIPALS PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC SCHOOLS REGIONAL EDUCATION REPETITION REPETITION RATES RETRAINING SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT SCHOOL MANAGEMENT SCHOOLING SCHOOLS SECONDARY EDUCATION SECONDARY LEVEL SOCIAL CONTEXT TEACHER TEACHER CERTIFICATION TEACHER SALARIES TEACHER SHORTAGES TEACHER TRAINING TEACHING TEACHING MATERIALS TECHNICAL EDUCATION TERTIARY EDUCATION TERTIARY EDUCATION MARKET TEXTBOOKS TRAINING INSTITUTES TRAINING SERVICES VOCATIONAL EDUCATION VOCATIONAL TRAINING EDUCATION AIMS & OBJECTIVES TRAINING EDUCATION DELIVERY QUALITY OF EDUCATION STUDENT ENROLLMENT ACCESS TO EDUCATION DONOR COORDINATION STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATION SOCIOECONOMIC CONDITIONS EQUITY IN EDUCATION EDUCATIONAL SERVICES NOMADIC POPULATIONS TEACHER COMPETENCIES TEACHER TRAINING DISTANCE EDUCATION TEACHER CERTIFICATION ON THE JOB TRAINING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY EDUCATIONAL FINANCING
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Washington, DC
Africa | Eritrea
2013-08-27T19:47:10Z | 2013-08-27T19:47:10Z | 2002-07-08

This sector note aims to assist the Government, and the Ministry of Education in developing a joint strategy, and action plan for the education, and training sector, and to improve coordination of donor inputs related to this strategy. The note provides an analysis of major issues, achievements, and bottlenecks in the current system, and an overview of key priorities, and recommendations for actions to improve the performance of the sector. As well, it provides a background document for discussions with other education stakeholders, and international donors. Within the country's socioeconomic context, the note reviews the priority challenges the country faces, namely to improve access to, and equity, and quality of education. School mapping will be needed to establish the provision of educational services, as well as a strategy document for providing services to the nomadic population, to raise the net enrollment ratio. The causes, and effects of repetition, and drop-outs should be further analyzed, which includes teacher skills, and attitudes. Solutions could include the automatic promotion for the primary level, phasing out late-age-entry into primary and over-age students, and, providing the alternative of distance learning education. Teacher training should be significantly improved, through teacher certification, intensified in-service support, and English language skills. The note further emphasizes on strengthening, and expanding institutional capacity, and creating a sustainable, equitable financing system.

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