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REVOLUTIONARY GOVERNMENT OF ZANZIBAR

EFA 2000 ASSESSMENT
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
ZANZIBAR
October, 1999
FINAL REPORT
TABLE OF CONTENTS



Part I: Descriptive Section

PREFACE

LIST OF EFA 2000 ASSESSMENT PARTICIPANTS

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS

Background (- Jomtien EFA Conference 1990)

1.0 CONTEXT

1.1 SOCIO-ECONOMIC SITUATION

1.2 EDUCATION IN ZANZIBAR

2. EFA strategy and/or plan of action

3. EFA decision making and management

4. Main events and actions since 1990.

5. Cooperation in EFA

6. Investment in EFA since 1990

Part II: Analytic Section

7.0Progress toward goals and targets

7.1 Early Childhood Care, Education and Development (ECCED) Interventions

7.1.1.1 Pre-School Growth Trends

7.1.1.2 Evolution of the GER in ECCED by Gender

7.1.2 Enrolment in pre-schools by district Apparent Intake Rate

7.2.2. Net Intake Rate

7.2.3. Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER)

         Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER): cont.

7.2.3.3. Trends in enrolment by district

7.2.3.5 Education for under privilege children

7.2.4 Net enrolment Ratio (NER)

7.2.5 Public expenditure on education

7.2.5.2 Evolution of the structure of the public expenditure on basic education.

7.2.6 TEACHING STAFF

7.2.6.2 Percentage of basic education teacher’s having the required academic qualifications.

7.2.6.3 Percentage of basic education teacher who are certified to teach according to national standards

7.2.6.3.1 PUPILS TEACHER RATIO

7.2.7 INTERNAL EFFICIENCY OF THE EDUCATION SYSTEM

7.2.7.1. EVOLUTION OF THE REPETITION RATES

            EVOLUTION OF THE REPETITION RATES : cont.

SURVIVAL RATE TO GRADE 5 BY GENDER

7.2.8 Learning Achievement

7.2.8.2 Achievement rate to final examination

7.3.1 Adult Literacy Rate

7.3.2 Training in Essential Skills

7.3.3 Education for better living

8.0 Effectiveness of EFA strategy, plans and programmes

9.0 Main problems encountered and anticipated

10. Public awareness, political will and national capacities

11. General Assessment of the progress

Part III – PROSPECTIVES *

12 AREAS FOR FUTURE POLICY CONSIDERATION

12.1 BEST PRACTICES AND INNOVATIONS IN EDUCATION.

12. 1.1 The Pre – school madrasa initiative.

12. 1.2 Child-to-Child Project

12.1.3 The Science Camps Project.

12.1.4 In-Service Training of Teachers through Distance Learning

12.1.5 Future Policy Decisions

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