Erscheinungsdatum: 10/2012, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Schooling Pipeline in Kajiado County, Titelzusatz: Schooling Pipeline in Kajiado County- Kenya:Cohort Analysis of Enrollment,Retention,Transition and Completion of School, Autor: Abebe, Jack Onyisi // Jepkiyeny, Annaline, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Briefe, Bewerbungen, Wiss. Arbeiten, Rhetorik, Seiten: 100, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 165 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Ghana School Feeding for Rural Poverty Reduction: A Qualitative Exploratory Case Study is second edition to Ghana School Feeding for Rural Poverty Reduction. The revision in title is to emphasize the scholarly orientation of the book to the academic community without compromising on its social policy appeal. The book reflects findings from the qualitative exploratory case study research into activities of the Ghana School Feeding Program (GSFP) at a designated rural community public basic school situated within the Greater Accra region of Ghana. Content analysis of data from the GSFP secretariat supported with interview data, confirmed steady improvement in school outcomes of enrollment, attendance, retention, and literacy (English Language and Mathematics test scores), and challenged realization of socioeconomic benefits of nutrition, food production, and security. Lack of community awareness and support for activities of the GSFP that undermine achievement of the objective of increased local food production and government's delayed payment to caterers were challenges identified by participants that needed to be addressed to ensure program success.
World over children's enrollment and grade retention in preschool has been debated quite a lot. So far this has necessitated many studies to answer questions such as: What is the right age to enroll children for preschool care? What experiences should they be exposed to which are developmentally appropriate? Once children are in such centers, should they be subjected to grade retention or not? The many questions may not be adequately answered unless factors behind low enrollment and grade retention are explored scientifically. Most disturbed and troubled are the researchers, educationist, childcare workers, policy makers and teachers. This work presents reliable and elaborate findings documented as a result of research. Specific reference is on how parents socioeconomic status influence enrollment and retention of children in Early Childhood Education Centers.
The Mid Day Meal Scheme is a multi-faceted programme of the Government of India that, among other things, seeks to address issues of food security, lack of nutrition and access to education on a pan nation scale. It involves provision for free lunch on working days for children in Primary and Upper Primary Classes in Government schools.The primary objective of the scheme is to provide hot cooked meal to children of primary and upper primary classes. with other objectives of improving nutritional status of children, encouraging poor children, belonging to disadvantaged sections, to attend school more regularly and help them concentrate on classroom activities, thereby increasing the enrollment, retention and attendance rates.The success and failure of the programme can be accessed by studying it's performance in certain states and thus evaluating it's effect on educational enrollment
Today considerable numbers of female undergraduate students with aspirations of earning their degrees depart with that dream either because of academic failure emanated from ill-nurtured academic environment or lacking the skills of social adjustments needed for the Higher Education (HE). For Ethiopian female undergraduate students, access and completion rates have always lagged behind male students. Although HE enrollment rates for Ethiopian students have increased in the last couple of decades, female students access to public universities remains unbalanced. Beyond access, female students have not earned degrees at the same rates as their male counterparts. This Book is primarily intended as a reference for key stakeholders regarding the realities of female students participation and academic achievement in the Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and important strategies for better future. Using a modified version of Tinto s students retention model, this book attempted unfolding the realities in the HEIs in Ethiopia to sparkling lights on the existing contextual scene. It is our hope that this book will serve as a stepping stone for future research works in the area.
Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2013 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: Other States, , language: English, abstract: Bangladesh as one of the South Asian countries has been striving to develop a comprehensiveeducation policy since its independence but failed to formulate such policy that could contribute to thedevelopment of the economy. The basic problem of primary and secondary level is poor enrolmentand low retention rate in the school. To combat with this problem government of Bangladesh has beenundertaking myriad policies and programs. Among such policies Female Secondary Stipend Program(FSSP), Food For Education Program (FFEP) and Free Text Book Distribution Program to thestudents of primary and secondary level are some innovative and better contributing policyinterventions in the field of female education in Bangladesh. All these policy interventions arepurported with the pivotal motto of reducing drop rate and increasing enrollment rate in the secondaryeducation. All these policies are currently in operation except the Food for Education Program whichhas transformed into a cash transfer program very recently. Based on the policy problem of reducingdropout rate of the secondary female students in the school, the above policies on FFEP, FTBDP andFSSP were chosen as three policy alternatives taking FSSP as status quo with a view to measuringefficacy of these policies employing the cost effectiveness analysis method apprising their relativeworth in reducing dropout of female students in the secondary level calculating the base year 1994 andanalyzing up to 2015 years data and thereafter to suggest the best policy option for the government ofBangladesh. Data were generated and gathered from the available literatures on the above-mentionedalternatives. Primarily FSSP populations were used as baseline population and compare it withdropout and enrolment rate achieved of all the relevant alternatives and based on the unit cost andretained student CEA of all the policy alternatives were calculated on excel sheets first and all datawere manually transformed into word format. The findings of the policy analysis unearthed the factthat in considering CEA of all the policy alternatives it was found that by using $1 it is possible toachieve a non-drop out sustained of 219 females in case of status quo (FSSP). In case of FTBDP byusing 1$ it will be possible to retain 970 female students. In relation to FFEP it will cost the same $1to achieve a non-drop out sustained of 14371 females enrolled. [...]