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Education Sector Analysis Methodological Guidelines

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The goal of the new guidelines is to provide methods for creating comprehensive education sector analysis that will lead to significant reforms to government’s education sector plans.

Education Sector Analysis: Methodological Guidelines provides the tools necessary to analyse a country’s education sector. The guidelines are divided into two volumes and 10 chapters.

The first volume features methodologies for assessing six sector-wide thematic areas: Context; Access; Costs and Financing; Quality and Management; External Efficiency; Equity.

 The second volume covers four sub-sectors: early childhood development, higher education, literacy and non-formal education, and technical and vocational education and training.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 September 2014 09:32

Pôle Mag - September 2014

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couvpolemag22en PôleMag n°22

News:
 - The education system of the DRC displays strong resilience and retains the
confidence of households
 - Pôle de Dakar’s intervention at the International Centre for Pedagogical Studies
- First evaluation of pupils’ learning assessment in Guinea Bissau
 Focus:
 - Education Sector Analysis Methodological Guidelines
 Interview:
 - 3 questions for Michel Faye, Director of Vocational and Technical Education of Senegal
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Teacher Issues in Uganda

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couvtissaougandaTeacher Issues in Uganda, A shared vision for an effective teachers policy, Ugandan Ministry of Education and Sport, UNESCO-IIEP Pôle de Dakar, July 2014.

This TISSA report provides a holistic overview of teacher issues in Uganda that are based on a meticulously undertaken assessment using the methodological guidelines for the analysis of teacher issues in sub-Saharan African countries, a UNESCO initiative. The results indicate that Uganda faces demographic pressure with increasing number of school going age population that translates into the need for more teachers, especially in basic education. The study indicates that there is low performance especially in literacy and numeracy that requires attention. It is therefore important that the Ministry puts more effort to address the issue of retention in schools and strengthen the pre-service training and in-service training, to ensure sufficient number of qualified teachers and instructors.

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