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1 BRIEF PRESENTATION ON BASIC EDUCATION SECTOR DEVELOPMENT

2 Basic Education Sector Development Current Situation Key Challenging Areas Required support from ETWG Possible Collaboration with MOE

3 Improving access to and quality of basic education The number of pre-school classes in basic education schools increased from 1416 in 2005 to 2353 in 2010. The number of basic education schools increased from 39,444 in 2005 to 40,876 in 2011 with an increase of 1,432 schools. The average distance of a student to travel from home to school is 1.43 miles. The 89 % basic education schools are in rural areas, most of the school buildings in remote and rural areas will be needed to improve. Opening of schools in border areas increased to 1074 schools. Opening of private schools has been initiated, 21 schools are already allowed to setup in 2011-2012 AY. Current Situation

4 Improving access to and quality of basic education The total enrolment increased from 7.5 million in 2005-06 to 7.9 million in 2009-10, 8 million in 2010-11, Among them the girls enrolment in basic education slightly increased from 49.5 % in 2005-06 to 50.1% in 2009-10. The primary school enrolment rate increased from 82.5% in 2005-06 to 84.6% in 2010. The primary school completion rate increased from 69.9% in 2005-06 to 73.5% in 2010. The transition rate from primary to lower-secondary increase from 73.3% in 2005-06 to 77.61% in 2010. Current Situation

5 No. of Basic Education Students by Level (2005-06 to 2010-11) Grade05-0606-0707-0808-0909-102010-11 % Increase Primary4918951501358151096305094618512594552100115.9% Middle19666532047796213535321310102178728226556315.2% High6328416384026935156818566737196834028.0% Union7518445769977979384987907484797839281589768.5%

6 Girls Enrolment by Level (2005-06 to 2010-11) GradeE/Female05-0606-0707-0808-0909-102010-11 % Increase Primary Enrollment 4918951 501358151096305094618 512594552100115.92% Female2438448247912825358632514087 253804425796685.79% Middle Enrollment 1966653 204779621353532131010 2178728226556315.20% Female963898100685110585451061953 1103936114793419.09% High Enrollment 632841 638402693515681856 6737196834027.99% Female318338329269363407353889 35432335941512.90% Union Enrollment7518445769977979384987907484 797839281589768.52% Female372068438152483957815392992939963034087017 9.85% % of Girls49.49%49.55%49.86%49.70%50.09%

7 Grade Enrolment Structure by Gender (2005-06 and 2009-10) AY Grade 05-0609-10 TotalMaleFemaleTotalMaleFemale G-111691725999695692031188757602031586726 G-21027063518696508367 1080818 551741529077 G-3966226487365478861998007506235491772 G-4919602461204458398937721473043464678 G-5836888413269423619869292428928440364 G-6587085299234287851648933323338325595 G-7513134262161250973560471275674284797 G-8475094243793231301489903241737248166 G-9 391340197567 193773425458 207423 218035 G-10 336491170417 166074344880 167839 177041 G-11 296350144086 152264306763 141093 165670 Union751844537977613720684785100339190823931921

8 Grade Enrolment Structure by Gender 2005-06 AY2009-10 AY

9 Grade Enrolment Gender Structure by Urban/Rural (2009-10) Urban Rural GradeTotalMaleFemaleTotalMaleFemale G-1242585116532126053964172503499460673 G-2231773120743111030849045430998418047 G-3222689116047106642775323390193385130 G-4214357111745102612723364361298362066 G-5208803107145101658660489321783338706 G-6223516110352113164425417212986212431 G-720609098080108010354381177594176787 G-81932219418899033296682147549149133 G-9 205547100786 104761219911 106637 113274 G-10 217473106263 111210127407 61576 65831 G-11 19821091635 106575108533 49438 59095 Union236426411735161190748550472427635512741173

10 Grade Enrolment Gender Structure by Urban/Rural (2009-10) Urban StudentsRural Students

11 Improving access to and quality of basic education The basic education expenditure increased from 37579.34 million kyats in 2005-06 to 231883.8 million kyats in 2010-11 by about 6 times. Arrangement has been made to award scholarships and stipend to outstanding students, poor and intellectual students at all Grade/ levels. Current Situation

12 Allocation of Basic Education Expenditure during the years from 2005 to 2011 Academic Year CurrentCapitalTotal 2005-0635490.52088.937579.4 2006-07 125321.8 3020.8128342.6 2007-08132890.15160.2138050.3 2008-09135933.39910.3145843.6 2009-10157923.225833.1183756.3 2010-11222324.49559.4231883.8 Increase %626.43457.63617.05

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15 Improving access to and quality of basic education The Child Centered Approach has been implemented on pilot basic in 67 townships during the years 2004 to 2010 in collaboration with JICA and the rest of over 260 townships has been planned to expand by MOE for improving teaching learning process in primary schools. The refresher courses for basic education teachers have been conducted during 2009 and 2010 also trainings, the training for English and Mathematics teachers were conducted. The primary school Life Skills curriculum has been revised and the secondary school Life Skills curriculums are being revised. Current Situation

16 Improving access to and quality of basic education Pupil-teacher ratio has been improved at all level of basic education. All primary school teachers are certified and over 90 % of secondary school teachers certified. The NFPE, TEMIS and SSA/SIP have been implemented and some selected project townships The TEMIS project will be expanded nation-wide Current Situation

17 Sr. Indicators20102015 (Target) Gaps 1Pre-school enrolment22.925.00 2.10 (MICS) 2Grade-1 Intake Rate98.3799.00 0.63 3Net Enrolment Ratio (NER) - Primary84.6095.00 10.40 - Lower Secondary47.2060.00 12.80 - Upper Secondary30.0040.00 10.00 4Completion Rates - Primary73.5095.00 21.50 - Lower Secondary77.4085.00 7.60 - Upper Secondary34.6065.00 30.40 5Transition Rates - Primary to Lower Secondary77.6185.00 7.39 - Lower Secondary to Upper Secondary93.4095.00 1.60 6Pupil-Teacher Ratios - Primary28:130:1 - - Lower Secondary34:127:1 * - Upper Secondary25:127:1 - 7Adult Literacy Rate95.0199.00 3.99 (2011) Gaps for achieving MDG/EFA set targets Basic Education Indicators 2010 and 2015(Target)

18 To improve school retention rates To upgrade the quality of teachers Capacity building for education personnel at all levels To expand NFPE, TEMIS and SSA/SIP Research, monitoring and assessment of education programs

19 Required support from ETWG Technical assistance (eg. English teachers proficiency upgrading) Materials assistance (Computers, Projectors, Exercise Books for UPE) Financial assistance (School infrastructure improvement, opportunity cost for needy students)

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