By World Bank
This global financial institution operating Paper discusses fairness and potency matters in secondary schooling transitions in Sub-Saharan Africa. Its major objective is to spot and learn nationwide, local, and native measures which could bring about the improvement of extra effective and seamless transitions among post-primary schooling pathways.
In such a lot African nations scholar transition from basic to junior secondary continues to be observed via major repetition and dropout. Transitions in the secondary cycle additionally reason major losses and may use more beneficial evaluate and choice methodologies. in accordance with international traits, Africa must revisit its post-primary constructions to supply extra various (academic and non-academic) pathways of studying which reply larger to the continent's current fiscal and social realities. in spite of everything, the most target may be to provide teenagers who can turn into effective voters and lead fit lives, as validated via center and higher-income economies.
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