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Educational choices in Ethiopia

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What determines whether poor children go to school?
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Ethiopia has one of the lowest primary school enrolment rates and one of the highest illiteracy rates in the world. These rates are significantly lower than those of other similarly low-income countries. There are concerns that education quality is falling due to insufficient spending to provide more teachers and textbooks and reform the curriculum. Other key problems include disparities between regions, between boys and girls, and between rural and urban areas. It remains uncertain whether E...

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Save the Children, UK (Mexico)
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Young Lives
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Overseas Development Institute, London
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Young Lives
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Pereznieto, P
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Jones, N
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Young Lives Policy Brief
Publication date:
2006-01-01
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English
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2008-03-14

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