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Quality With Equity Annual Report-2003
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About 20 percent of primary school-age children in Nepal are out of school and almost one third of the total students enrolled in grade one drop out before they reach grade 5. Furthermore, issues related with the quality and equity in the primary education have remained as obstacles in achieving the target of Universal Primary Education by 2015 as set out in the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
In view of the present situation in primary education sub-sector, the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) has strategized decentralization of school management communities/ local bodies and change in role of district and central level agencies from implementation to facilitation, monitoring and evaluation’ in order to improve quality of and access to primary education.
Community Owned Primary Education Programme (COPE) was launched in April 2000 by the HMG/ N with the assistance from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). It is an
experiment with an alternative mechanism in the planning and management of primary education, categorically focusing on the decentralization of delivery functions.
With the support of COPE, local communities have established 120 community-owned primary schools across the 6 programme districts. These schools are serving more than 6 thousand students, majority of whom are from poor and disadvantaged families. All 250 teachers in these schools are female and more than half of the children studying in them are girls. Eighty-three Village Development Committees (VDCs) and 244 Community Organizations (COs) are actively involved in the planning, managing, monitoring and supervising the schools. These local communities have gained a considerable level of capacity to plan, manage and supervise the schools.
A total of 120 “community owned” model primary schools have been established in 6 programme districts with the initiation and decisive participation of local bodies and communities. With a firm commitment to ensure the access and quality of a full cycle of primary education (grades 1 to 5) to their children, the local communities have upgraded 20 out of 120 COPE schools to grade 4 in the year 2003 and are planning to upgrade more schools in the years to come.
Publisher:
COPE, MLD/UNDP ,   (2003 )
Type / Script:
Annual Report in English
Keywords:
EDUCATION, PRIMARY EDUCATION, EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION, EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, EDUCATIONAL PLANNING, EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS, CAPACITY BUILDING, SECONDARY EDUCATION, EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS, TEACHERS, SCHOOLS, CHILDREN, PUBLIC SCHOOLS, EDUCATIONAL ASPECTS, EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT, ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, HIGHER EDUCATION, EQUITY, GENDER EQUALITY, SOCIALLY DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN, RIGHT TO EDUCATION, TEACHER TRAINING, LOCAL COMMUNITIES, COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT
Thematic Group:
 UNDP : Social and Institutional Developoment
Thesaurus:
11.01.00  -  Educational Policy And Planning
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