Erscheinungsdatum: 06/2011, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Determinants of Female enrollment and achievement in primary education, Titelzusatz: Factors affecting female enrollment and achievement in primary education, the case of Kombolcha Woreda, eastern Hararghe Zone, Oromia region, Ethiopia, Autor: Jima, Yenenesh Tadesse, Verlag: VDM Verlag, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Erziehung // Bildung, Allgemeines, Lexika, Seiten: 140, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 225 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Public Private Partnership is one of the government policies that started as a solution for Universal Secondary Education inequalities which saw registered Private Secondary schools that met specified criteria enrolled to receive a PPP grant of 47,000 Uganda shillings per term to subsidies costs for students who achieved a minimum score of 28 aggregates in their Primary Leaving Examination to enroll for Secondary Education. However,inspite of the policy implementation, In Luuka District many secondary school going children aged 13 years and above are not enrolled in school and the highest level they might have completed is below senior four standing at 85.3 percent according to MoES Headcount Report, (2016). This formed a strong basis of study to establish the contribution of PPP to secondary education enrollment in Luuka District, Uganda despite the policy implementation. The study findings established a number of other significant factors along side PPP policy failures that greatly impacts on students enrollment.
In Kenya malnutrition continues to be a public health problem, and consequently vital opportunities to save millions of lives are being lost, and many more children are not growing and thriving to their full potential. Child malnutrition impacts on education attainment and the degree of cognitive impairments is directly related to the severity of chronic malnutrition, where in the first two years of life malnutrition causes lower cognitive test scores, delayed enrollment, higher absenteeism and more class repetition compared to well-nourished children. A descriptive cross sectional study, with systematic sampling using the class register, and use of Anthropometry screening tools such as, Camry weighing scale used for weighing the children and a height rod was for taking height of the children were used for nutritional assessment. A total of 486 children were screened and results showed 72.2% (approximately 7 out of 10) pupils in the three (3) primary schools had Acute Malnutrition or GAM (MAM and SAM combined) with the 14.6% that were underweight risk having Acute Malnutrition.
This book is about Socio-Cultural Assessment of Primary Education: A Study among the Yanadi, A Scheduled Tribe in Andhra Pradesh. Major objectives of the study are: To study ethnographic profile including levels of literacy among the Yanadi, a Schedule Tribe in Nellore and Chittoor districts of Andhra Pradesh, To examine the enrollment, absenteeism and dropouts among the Yanadi children, to understand the extent of their participation in Primary Education, to understand opinion and attitudes of parents towards school education and in sending/not sending their children to school education, to study the efforts being taken by the Government and Non-Government Organizations in promoting primary education among the Yanadis and their relevance in the socio-cultural context of the Yanadis, and given suggestions to enhance the participation of Yanadi children in primary education. The government is establishing many welfare schemes for the development of Yanadi tribes but they are not reaching the destination. In between the dealers and the mediators are polluting and corrupting the schemes "please send children to school".
Private learning institutions in South Nyanza Region play a great role in the managerial use of cash management practices for proper usage of cash in learning institutions. Finance in learning institutions was an important constraint to growth in South Nyanza Region since these learning institutions do not get grant from the government sources such as free secondary education fund, free primary and government sponsored students. Leading to low enrollment turnout in the private sector therefore inadequacy in application of cash management practices. The purpose of the study was to determine the influence of cash management practices on performance of private learning institutions. This study determined to assess the influence of cash management practices on performance of learning institutions in South Nyanza Region. The specific objectives of the study were: to establish the influence of liquidity flow index on the performance of private learning institutions, to assess the influence of operation cash flows on performance of private learning institutions and to establish the influence of cash conversion cycle on performance of private learning institutions.
What went wrong with our Technical and Vocational training? Is it our curriculum, training culture, low value attached to such training, or lack of appropriate information? In Kenya, the large number of primary school leavers cannot be accommodated fully in the available vacancies in the secondary schools. Some of those who cannot proceed to secondary school may join the micro-small scale enterprise while the remaining are expected to join the youth polytechnics for skill development. However, a trend seems to have emerged where the YPs in the recent past have recorded low enrollment. This research aimed at carrying out a comprehensive investigation of the factors that may have led to low enrollment patterns in youth polytechnics in Kericho, Bureti and Bomet districts. Simple random sampling technique was used to select 180 YP students, 63 instructors, 90 parents, 90 YP graduates and 90 youths not enrolled from the neighborhoods of YPs. 18 YP Principals and 18 Deputy Principals were selected for interview. This gave a sample of 513 respondents. The study was both quantitative and qualitative. Data was collected using questionnaires, interviews, discussions and observations.
After years of military interventions, the current situation in Afghanistan is highly ambivalent and partially contradictory - especially regarding the interplay of development, peace, security, education, and economy. Despite numerous initiatives, Afghanistan is still confronted with a poor security and economic condition. At the same time, enrollment numbers in schools and universities as well as the rate of academics reached a historical peak.This volume investigates the tension between these ambivalent developments. Sociologists, political and cultural scientists along with development workers, educators, and artists from Germany and Afghanistan discuss the idea that education is primary for rebuilding a stable Afghan state and government.