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  National Coordinator:

 
Name: Mr. Davaasuren Munkhjargal
Ministry of Science, Technology, Education and Culture (MOSTEC)
Address: Government House, 3 Baga Toiruu-44
Ulaanbaatar-11
Phone: (976-1) 326752
Fax: (976-1) 323158
E-mail: batj@magicnet.mn



EFA 2000 Assessment
Country Report
Name of Country: Mongolia
National Assessment Co-ordinator: Mr. Davaasuren
Munkhjargal,
Head of Education Division, Ministry of Science,
Technology, Education and Culture (MOSTEC)
Address : Government House, 3 Baga Toiruu-44 -
Ulaanbaatar-11
Telephone: (976-1) 326752
Fax (976-1) 323158
Email: batj@magicnet.mn



CONTENTS

I Part: Descriptive Section

FOREWORD

INTRODUCTION

LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

PROFILE

II Part: Analytic Section

CHAPTER-1-EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT

Access to pre-school education

Kindergartens

Nursery schools or child caring centers

Pre-school age children belonging to the vulnerable community of the society

Quality of pre-school education

Teaching staff

Curriculum

Percentage of pupils attending 1st grade in relation to number of children who

had previously been enrolled in pre school

Health conditions of children at pre-school age level

Policy and strategy

Process of implementing the strategy and policy

Public initiative and experience

Conclusion

The general picture of current pre-school education

Future aims

CHAPTER 2-PRIMARY EDUCATION

Accessibility and enrolment of the primary education (in 1990 and present)

Net and gross enrolment rate

Dropout

        Dropout: cont.

Net and gross intake rate of 1st grade enrolment

Enrolment of disabled children

Quality and benefit of primary education

Curriculum, syllabus and methodology

Teaching staff

Number of pupils per class in primary schools

Promotion, repetition and dropouts

Success and quality of teaching

Monitoring Learning Achievement project

              Monitoring Learning Achievement project: cont

Financing

Physical environment for pre-school and primary school education

Literacy rate of people aged 15-24

Conclusion

The general picture of current primary education

Further goals and strategy

CHAPTER 3-ADULT EDUCATION

The literacy of the population above 15

The way of life skills and vocational training

Conclusion

The general picture of current adult education

Further purposes

CHAPTER 4- CONCLUSION

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