PôleMAG is the Pôle de Dakar’s education sector analysis newsletter. The biannual issues inform you of the latest African education sector news and of the Pôle de Dakar’s most recent activities.
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Consult the issues available online:
- Household spending on education, 15 African countries under analysis
- Education system management, training groups at end 2012
- The Comoros, progress required
- What future for the Sao Tome and Principe education system?
- 3 questions to Olinto DAIO, Minister of Education of Sao Tome et Principe
- The ADEA 2012 Triennale: Presentation of a Financial Simulation Model for TVET and Apprenticeships
- The External Evaluation of the Pôle de Dakar: Orientations for the 2013/2016 Strategy
- Progress in Tanzania’s Education System and Challenges Faced
- Benin: A Diagnosis of Teaching Issues
- Interview of Mohamed Aboubakari and Raoufou Affagnon
- The Gambia Wants to Confirm Progress
- Pôle de Dakar, a Platform of Expertise and Capacity Building
- PSGSE Training: Three Years and Two Classes Later
- Cape Verde: On the Way Towards a Ten-Years Universal Education
- Interview of Mr. Brito, Director-General of the Cape Verde Ministry of Education
- The Gambia Moves on to Sector Analysis
- Launch of First Review of the Teacher Issue
- Senegal and Cameroon Set Quality Targets
- What do Teachers Know about EFA?
- Interview with Abdou Diao, Head of the Elementary Education Department in Senegal
Pôle Mag n°15
- UNESCO Unveils its Action Plan for Teachers
- The Pôle de Dakar Extends its Scope of Activity
- Support for Upcoming Projects in Mali
- How much do African Families Spend on Education?
- A Reply from Civil Society: Interview of Gorgui Sow, from ANCEFA
Pôle Mag n°14
- Côte d'Ivoire - Well on Track to Rebuilding its Education System
- Launch of a New Type of Partnership in Tanzania
- PSGSE: The Challenge of Hybrid Distance Learning
- Universal Primary Education in Africa: The Teacher Challenge
- Under Construction: A New Tool to Review the Teacher Issue