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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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".
The UN Millennium development declaration, which incorporated the goal of achieving universal access to primary education, is the current existing opportunity for children in developing countries. The Ethiopian government is committed to achieve universal access to primary education by 2015.As a result, the country has experienced dramatic increase in primary school enrollment since 1994.However, despite such tremendous achievement in enrollments, the study by the world Bank (2005) revealed that in the absence of concerted effort and additional interventions, attaining universal primary education by 2015 is beyond the reach of Ethiopia. Among other things, the bank suggested for additional interventions to be made in urban areas in relation to reducing pupil-teacher ratio, increasing the deployment of female teachers, improving the school infrastructural development and social protection programs. With this background and by taking into account the involvement of NGOs into economic and social life of the country since the 20th century, this study has assessed the assistance made by NGOs to primary school completion in Addis Ababa.
Since independence, many nations in Sub-Saharan Africa have undertaken huge steps in expanding formal education. In many countries, free primary education has substantially increased both male and female enrollment rates to 82% and 70% respectively (1998 estimates). In contrast, the respective figures for secondary education enrollment rates are 29% and 24%. This is also accompanied by a growing disillusionment among political spheres regarding the actual benefits of a formal education. In order to decipher the intricacies of education enrollment and aid policy makers, this paper examines the responsiveness of female and male school enrollment rates to income and price in a sample of countries in Sub-Saharan Africa using 1970 to 1995 data. A cross comparison between the Sub-Saharan Africa sample and the world indicates similar responses to enrollments with respect to changing incomes and prices.