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Title: Female Participation In Primary And Se Condary Education Post ~ 1974 Etiiiopia
???metadata.dc.contributor.*???: . Seyoum Teferra( Dr)
Dírirsa, Birbirso
Keywords: The major objectives of this study
Issue Date: Jun-1993
Publisher: Addis Ababa University
Abstract: The major objectives of this study are to make an in- investigation into the problem of female participation in primary and secondary education post-1974 and the effect of their participation on the achievement of the enrolment target described in the ten year perspective plan. To attain these objectives information on school enrolment and school-age population were gathered from documents of Ministry of Education and Central Statistics Office. Fur- thermore, formal questionnaire was distributed to 530 pri- mary and secondary schools directors, assistant directors, unit leaders, department heads and teachers to gather in- formation on factors that have contributed to low female participation in education. According to the findings of the study, the relation- ship between female participation in education (obtained by dividing the number of females enrolled in primary and se- condary schools to a total female population of eligible age group) and overall educational participation rate (obtained by dividing a total number of pupils enrolled at primary and secondary levels to a total population of eligible age group) are found to be positive and strong (r = 0.95) at 1% level of significance. Furthermore, the administrative regions that have higher female participat- ion rate than the national average do not have a problem in achieving the enrolment target described in the ten year perspective plan, while those that have lower female
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/13142
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