This study provides a detailed snapshot of the education sector up to 2001-02, and for some aspects of the sector, up to 2002-03. It takes advantage of administrative data and information from household surveys to document key dimensions of the sector, particularly primary and secondary education, focusing on costs, finance, and service delivery, and their impact on learning achievement, in an effort to discover potentially important areas for further policy development. --foreword.pared with only 8 percent a year for grades 5a8 and 9 percent a year for grades 9 a12. ... Two other features of the labor market are also relevant: (a) most workers engage in self-employment or work as ... with the economya#39;s capacity to absorb well-educated graduates into jobs for which their training has prepared them.
|Title||:||Education in Ethiopia|
|Publisher||:||World Bank Publications - 2005|