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  National Coordinator:

Name: Mr. Adelino da Guz
Permanent Secretary Education

Education for All:
The Year 2000 Assessment
Report of Mozambique

Table of Contents

PART I Descriptive Section

1. Mozambique profile

1.1. Population and administrative division

1.2. Socio-political and economic profile

2. Characteristics of the educational system

2.1. Structure of the educational system

2.2. Historical and political context

3. Education for All in Mozambique: awareness raising, goals, targets and principles

4. Strategies towards EFA

4.1. Expansion of Access

4.1.1. Alternative Scenarios and Targets

4.1.2. Access and Equity

4.1.3. Promote Access by Girls

4.2. Improving Quality and Relevance of Education

    Improving Quality and Relevance of Education: cont.

4.2.1. Concerning school buildings and furniture

4.2.2. Concerning curriculum reform and evaluation

4.2.3. Concerning pre and in-service training of teachers

4.2.4. Concerning the motivation of teachers

4.2.5. School books and other teaching materials

4.3. Non-Formal Education (ENF)

4.4. Special Education

4.5. Financing

5. Effectiveness of the country exercise towards EFA

5.1. Expansion of Access

5.2. Improving Quality and Relevance of Education

5.3. Early Childhood

5.4. Literacy and Adult Education and Non-Formal Education (ENF)

5.5. Learning Achievement

5.5.1. Pedagogical Evaluation in Grade 2, 3 and 4

a) Objective

b) Methodology

c) Test outcomes

d) Questionnaires findings

5.5.2. Conditions of teaching and learning in primary schools

a) Objectives of the Survey in Mozambique

b) Instruments and sample

c) Methodology of the Survey

d) Conclusions

e) Recommendations and policy implications

PART II Analytic Section

6. Education Coverage

6.1. Apparent (gross) intake rate

6.2. Net intake rate

6.3. Gross enrolment rate

6.4. Net enrolment rate

7. Pupils teacher ratio

8. Percentage of primary school teachers who are certified to teach according to national standards.

9. Internal efficiency of the system

9.1. Repetition rates by grade

9.2. Promotion, repetition and dropout rates (cohort)

10. Expenditure on education

10.1. Public expenditure on education

10.2. External Financing

Part III Prospects

11. The Future: Education Sector Strategic Plan

11.1. Introduction

11.2. Policy Option

11.2.1. Expanding access to education

11.2.2. Universal primary schooling

11.2.3. Increased access for girls and women

11.2.4. Enhanced internal efficiency

11.2.5. Complete primary schools

11.2.6. Low-cost construction

11.2.7. Encouragement for alternative providers

11.2.8. Pre-service and in-service training for teachers

11.2.9. Incentives for teachers

11.2.10. Distance education and alternative technologies

11.3. Improving educational quality

11.3.1. Review and revise the curriculum

11.3.2. Provide training for teachers

11.3.3. Enhance the qualifications and training of school directors

11.3.4. Improve monitoring and assessment

11.3.5. Ensure that all children have essential learning materials

11.4. Sustaining expansion and improvement

11.4.1. Decentralization, organizational development, and capacity building

11.4.2. Fiscal capacity and cost sharing

11.4.3. Public information and debate

11.5. Scenarios for implementation

11.5.1. The process of implementation

11.5.2. Financing implementation

11.6. Strategic priorities

11.6.1. Pre-school

11.6.2. Primary education

11.6.3. Special education

             Special education: cont.