Algeria country study 2014

Country study on Out-of-School Children in Algeria published in 2014

Highlights

This study highlights the absence of a pre-primary policy and the weak preparation of children for primary education: pre-primary education is not widespread and caters only for children aged five while pre-school aimed at children of three to four years old is provided only by a few private organizations. In addition to a lack of progress in developing pre-school, the major problem for the Algerian education
system remains the high number of students who repeat years, particularly at lower secondary school, as this generates children dropping out of school and adds to school wastage, where school resources are expended on students who do not complete their schooling.

Cover of the Algeria country study 2014 report
Author(s)
UNICEF
Publication date
Languages
English, French, Arabic

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