This book discusses reforms that should be undertaken in secondary education to support Ethiopia s transition from a low- to middle-income economy. The most critical reform identified is the introduction of a flexible curriculum that serves the needs of all students, including those who may not pursue higher education.Given that the NLA tests were based on minimum learning competencies for each subject and grade, the results ... National Examinations at Grades 10 and 12 Students take federally organized external examinations at the end of grades 10 and 12. ... In the 2009/10 school year, about 62 percent of students passed: 70 percent of boys and 53 percent of girls (MOE ... who fail but do not wish to retake the grade 10 examination, together with those who pass but do not qualify for grade 11, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Secondary Education in Ethiopia|
|Author||:||Rajendra Joshi, Adriaan Verspoor|
|Publisher||:||World Bank Publications - 2012-11-01|