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Name: Mr. Gholamreza Karimi
Ministry of Education / International and Scientific Cooperation
Address: 62 Eastern Sarv Avenue, Saadat Abad Blvd.
Tehran 198170, Iran
Phone: (+9821) 2092797 - 2092767-2092817-2092827
Fax: (+9821) 2092807
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ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN
Report of Education for All Assessment
The year 2000
Prepared by: Ministry of Education
Bureau of International Scientific Cooperation
Autumn 1999
Director of the project:Mr. Farhad Eftekharzadeh
Report writer:Dr. Abbass Sadri
National Coordinator: Mr.Gholamreza Karimi
No.62, Eastern Sarv Ave., Saadat Abad Blvd.
Tehran 19817, IRAN,
Tel: (+9821) 2092797-2092767-2092817-2092827 / Fax: (+9821) 2092807

Table of contents

Part I Descriptive Section

PREFACE

Chapter One: Introduction

I. Socio-economic background

  1. Physical Geography
  2. Demography
  3. Religion and Language
  4. Economic Geography
  1. II. Structure of education system
  2. 1. Formal Education
  3. 2. Non-formal Education
  4. III. Pre-primary education

1. Planning and Management

Objectives & Strategies

IV. Primary education

    1. Planning and Management
    2. Action Plans Strategies & Objectives
  1. V. Non-formal Education
    1. Planning and Management
    2. Strategies & objectives

3. Programs

Part II Analytic Section

Chapter Two: EFA-Trends and Progress

I. Pre – primary education

Indicator 1

Indicator 2

II. Primary education

  1. Coverage and participation
  2. Indicator 3 (AIR)

    Indicator 4 (NIR)

    Indicator 5 (GER)

    Indicator 6 (NER)

    Special Education

    Refugee’s Education

  3. Process

2.1: Budget

Indicator 7

Indicator 8

2.2: Teachers

Indicator 9

Indicator 10

Indicator 11

2.3: Efficiency

  1. Educational flow-Rates
  2. Survival Rate
  3. Wastage ratio
  4. Average length of

        Average length of: cont

2.4: Political, Community, Resource Mobilization

1:Decentralization

2: NGO s

3: Private schools

4. Building

5. International Agencies

III: Non-formal Education & Literacy

1. General remarks

2. Literacy Movement Organization

3. Literacy status in the country

Indicator 16

Indicator 17

Indicator 18

4.Parent Education

5. Main problems

Part III Prospects

Chapter Three: Future Strategies and Plans

I. Pre-primary Education

II. Primary Education

III. Non-formal Education