17 th January 2010. Access – Children (6-16 Years) School Enrollment and Out of School Children %Children In Different Types Of Schools% Out of School.

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  • 17th January 2010

  • Access Children (6-16 Years)School Enrollment and Out of School Children

    %Children In Different Types Of Schools % Out of SchoolTotalAge GroupGovt.Pvt.MadrasahOthersNever EnrolledDrop-out6-1057.924.00.80.814.22.410011-1358.521.30.80.311.87.210014-1650.017.00.50.215.217.01006-1656.421.90.80.613.86.6100Total79.620.4100By Type70.927.50.90.7

  • Access Children (3-5 Years)School Enrollment and Out of School Children

    EFA/NPA 2001-2015 target : 45% enrollment by 2015

    Age GroupGovt.PrivateMadrasahOthersOut of school (%)Total37.05.20.00.187.7100421.915.90.40.561.4100543.923.00.50.831.71003-527.616.20.40.555.3100Total 44.755.3100By Type61.736.30.81.2

  • The EFA National Plan of Action Target 50% by 2015 .. Are we almost there ? But what is the quality of access and learning ? Children in Pre School (Age 3-5 years)Over all = 45%33%31%48%64%73%68%52%

  • Class-wise EnrollmentDiminishing return .. Disappearing children adding to the out of school stock

  • Enrollment and Out of School ChildrenProportionately More Girls in Private Schools .. Households do pay for Girls Education! Echoing trends of GMR..slightly more Girls are out of school than boys up to age 13

  • 15%32%35%6%5%3%15%Over all = 20%Out of School Children(Age 6-16 years)

  • Access - Children06-16 Year ChildrenIn rural areas majority of Children enrolled in Government Schools

    MaleFemaleOver AllGovt.Private + NFE + OtherOut of SchoolGovt.Private + NFE + OtherOut of SchoolGovt.Private + NFE + OtherNet EnrollmentOut of SchoolIslamabad39%18%2%25%14%1%64%33%97%3%AJK27%23%3%25%19%2%53%42%95%5%Gilgit12%43%3%13%27%3%24%69%94%6%KPK34%19%7%21%11%8%55%30%85%15%Punjab35%15%7%22%12%8%57%28%85%15%Sindh39%6%15%20%3%16%59%9%68%32%Balochistan40%4%19%19%2%16%60%5%65%35%National35%14%10%21%10%10%56%23%80%20%

  • Access - Children06-10 Year Children

    MaleFemaleOver AllGovt.Private + NFE + OtherOut of SchoolGovt.Private + NFE + OtherOut of SchoolGovt.Private + NFE + OtherEnrollmentOut of SchoolIslamabad37%22%0%21%19%1%58%41%99%1%AJK25%27%1%24%21%2%49%48%97%3%Gilgit9%44%3%11%31%2%20%75%95%5%Punjab34%18%4%24%15%5%59%33%92%8%KPK34%21%5%22%13%6%56%34%89%11%Sindh39%7%13%23%4%14%62%10%72%28%Balochistan39%4%17%22%2%16%61%6%67%33%National35%15%8%23%11%9%58%26%83%17%

  • Private Tuition by School Type

    School/ Class12345678910Govt.6.6%7.1%8.0%9.3%10.8%10.7%11.7%16.4%21.8%17.9%Pvt.20.8%26.1%25.3%28.6%28.9%28.6%26.2%29.7%31.5%26.7%

  • 22%5%6%12%9%28%9%Over all = 14%Paid Tuition(Govt. & Private Schools)

  • Learning Levels

  • Learning Levels(Government and Private)not controlled for differences in learning

  • Learning LevelsOut of School Children - Opportunity for Second Chance Programs Children in schools when not learning well are at risk of dropping out throughout the school cycle.. Adding to the pool of OOSC!

  • Childrens Attendance

  • Teachers attendance

  • Water Facility

  • Toilet Facility

  • School Grants

    School FundsGrants received by schoolGovernment School Private SchoolPrimary (1-5)Elementary (1-8)High (1-10)OtherPrimary (1-5)Elementary (1-8)High (1-10)OtherNo. of school received any grant317853721222-Average amount of Grant61700787001828009345075000612500744625-

  • Mothers Education and Child Development (Lahore)

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