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Survey of ICT and Education in Africa : Comoros Country Report

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Abstract: This short country report, a result of larger Information for Development Program (infoDev) - supported survey of the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in education in Africa, provides a general overview of current activities and issues related to ICT use in education in the country. Comoros - one of the poorest and smallest countries in the world, with a coup-prone, turbulent history over the past few decades - Comoros boasts a national ICT policy as an expression of its government's commitment to promote improved ICT infrastructure, as well as access and usage across the education system. There are, however, very few initiatives underway that promote the use of ICTs in Comoran schools and education institutions.
Type: Publications & Research :: Brief
Publications & Research
Link: http://hdl.handle.net/10986/10710
Subject: ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS
ADULT LITERACY
ADULTS
AGE GROUP
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION
CURRICULA
CURRICULUM
CURRICULUM FRAMEWORKS
DESIGNING CURRICULA
DOMESTIC CONSUMPTION
ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
ECONOMIC ACTIVITY
ECONOMIC GROWTH
EDUCATION FOR ALL
EDUCATION INDICATORS
EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
EDUCATION SECTOR
EDUCATION SYSTEM
FUNCTIONALLY LITERATE
GENDER EQUALITY
GENDER EQUITY
GENDER PARITY
GENDER PARITY INDEX
GER
GLOBAL MONITORING
GROSS ENROLMENT
GROSS ENROLMENT RATIO
HIGHER EDUCATION
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
ILLITERACY
INCOME
INFLATION
LEADERSHIP
LEARNING
LITERACY LEVELS
NATIONAL EDUCATION
NATIONAL LANGUAGE
PRIMARY EDUCATION
PRIMARY ENROLMENT
QUALITY OF EDUCATION
RADIO
RADIO STATIONS
RESOURCES FOR EDUCATION
SCHOOL FEES
SCHOOL SYSTEM
SCHOOLING
SCHOOLS
SECONDARY EDUCATION
SECONDARY SCHOOL
SECONDARY SCHOOL SYSTEM
SOLE PROVIDER
STAKEHOLDER
TEACHER
TEACHER TRAINING
TEACHERS
TEACHING
TERTIARY EDUCATION
TRAINING PROGRAMME
UNEMPLOYMENT
UNIVERSITIES
WEB SITE
YOUTH




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