The EFA 2000 Assessment: To know more about the EFA movement
     
   
       Saoudi Arabia
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  National Coordinator:

 
Name: Dr. Ali Be Sadeek AlHakmi
Measurement and Assessment Department, Ministry of Education
Address: P.O.Box. 22546
Ryad 11416
Phone: (966) 1-402 1072
Fax: (966) 1-402 0925
E-mail: alhakami@email.com



KINGDOM OF SAOUDI ARABIA
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT CENTER
EDUCATION FOR ALL
ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEAR 2000
National report: Kingdom of Saoudi Arabia
National team coordinator
Dr. Ali Be Sadeek AlHakmi
Director General of Measurement and Assessment Department
Tel: 96614081197 Fax: 96614041521
P.O.Box. 22546 Ryad 11416 Kingdom of Saoudi Arabia
Email:
alhakami@email.com

CONTENTS

Part I: Decriptive Section

Subject

Presentation of Saoudi Arabia by the Minister of Education

Introduction

General aspects of education in SA

Education flow chart

first stage : primary education

intermediate stage

secondary stage

technical education

adult education and literacy

elaboration and implementation of the education decision

Higher committee of education policy

Ministry of Education

General presidency for Girls’ education

general institution for technical education and vocational training

Ministry of Higher education

Ministry of Defense and Aviation

National Guards

Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs

Educational Policies: Education for All as a priority

Education in development plans: putting policies into practice

Ambitions achieved in providing EFA

Introduction

Achievements of public education

consolidation of education funds

governmental expenditures on education

non governmental expenditures on education

improvement of the quality and the quantity of EFA

+ facing repetition and drop-outs

+ new mechanism for improving education sufficiency

increased interest by the State in special needs education

+ special education

+ talented people’s care

extending the scope of care activities and ECD

decreasing the adult illiteracy rate

+ 1st – efforts by the Ministry of Education

+2nd – efforts by the General Presidency for Girls’ education

                    +2nd – efforts by the General Presidency for Girls’ education: cont.

+3rd – efforts by the National Guards

+4th – efforts by the Ministry of Defense

+5th – efforts by the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs

+6th – Adult education and literacy: a leading experience in the Reform institution

+7th – philanthropic associations

+8th – dealing with illiteracy in desert agglomerations

+9th – sustainable development

+10th – tackling literacy studies

special community participation in education efforts

media contributions in EFA

II Part: Analytic Section

education indicators of EFA in SA

Indicator number 1

Indicator number 2

Indicators number 3 and 4

           indicators number 3 and 4: cont.

Indicators number 5 and 6

Indicators number 7 and 8

          Indicators number 7 and 8: cont.

Indicators number 9 and 10

Indicator number 11

Indicator number 12

Indicators number 13 and 14

Indicator number 15

Indicators number 16, 17 and 18

III Part: Prospects

Future prospects of EFA in SA

Definitions and development opportunities

quantity growth and capacity of the educational basis

authenticity and contemporaneity

technicity between targeting and employment

EFA in the seventh five-year plan

main future programs

Conclusion

References

Addendums

Lexicon

flow chart

main studies

prizes

internal sufficiency of primary education