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Title: DEMAND AND DEVELOPMENT TRENDS OF PRIVATE PRI1Y SCHOOLS IN ADDIS ABABA
Authors: SEIFU, GOSSAYE
Advisors: Seyoum Teferra (Ph.D)
Copyright: Jun-2000
Date Added: 19-Nov-2012
Abstract: This study assesses the Demand and Development Trends of Private Primary Schools in Addis Ababa. The purpose of this study is to survey the reasons for the re-emergence of private primary schools, scan the environment they are working under and their institutional strength and internal environment. It was found that private primary schools in Addis Ababa are attracting clients from the well to do section of the society who can afford and is willing to pay for what it believes to be better quality education. These schools are currently a source of financial gain for their owners, though it was not always the case in the last four years for all of them. Difficulty in land acquisition for school establishment, neglect by the Education Bureaux and other offices, regulations on curriculum and medium of instruction and the broad mandate given to school parents' committees are found to be the major problems of private primary schools in Addis Ababa. Regulatory changes with regard to school establishment, ¬∑land area requirements, curriculum, medium of instruction and the role of the community are recommended to encourage those already 1hVolved in the venture and who would invest in education.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3802
Appears in:Thesis - Educational Leadership & Management

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