Record:   Prev Next
作者 Bank, World
書名 Accelerating Catch-up : Tertiary Education for Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa
出版項 Herndon : World Bank Publications, 2008
©2008
國際標準書號 9780821377390 (electronic bk.)
9780821377383
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (214 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
附註 Contents -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- External Advisory Panel Members -- Acronyms -- Executive Summary -- Chapter 1 Introduction and Context -- Context -- Notes -- Chapter 2 The Education Imperative -- The Demand for Higher-level Skills in Sub-Saharan Africa -- The Mission of Tertiary Education in an Economic Growth Context -- Notes -- Chapter 3 Improving the Performance of Tertiary Education in Sub-Saharan Africa -- Introducing National Innovation Systems -- What Is the Current State of Play? -- Tertiary Education -- Concluding Observations: Tertiary Education for Competitiveness and Growth -- Notes -- Annex A -- Annex B -- Annex C -- Annex D -- References -- Index -- Figure 1.1 New Commitments for Education by Sub-Sector FY1990-2008 -- Figure 1.2 Savings and Investment, 1990-2006 -- Figure 1.3 Population Growth and Fertility Rates for Selected Countries, 1990 and 2005 -- Figure 1.4 Export Sophistication and Competitiveness (EXPY) and Level of Higher Education -- Figure 1.5 Export Sophistication and Competitiveness (EXPY) Increase with Level of Secondary Education -- Figure 1.6 Progress from Low-value Commodity to High-value Agricultural and Resources-based Processed Exports, 1985-2004 -- Figure 2.1 Changes in Education Profile in Korea and Ghana, 1960-2000 -- Figure 2.2 Secondary and Tertiary Gross Enrollment Rates for Case Study Countries, 1991 and 2005 -- Figure 2.3 Secondary Gross Enrollment in 2004 -- Figure 2.4 Tertiary Gross Enrollment in 2004 -- Figure 2.5 Population Growth Rates in Anglophone and Francophone Africa, 1990-2005 -- Figure 2.6 Projected Growth Rate of 20- to 24-year-old Population for Anglophone and Francophone Africa, 2010-50 -- Figure 2.7 GER Index by Level of Education, 1990-2005 -- Figure 2.8 Trends in SSA Tertiary GER, 2000-05 -- Figure 2.9 Total Public Agricultural Research Spending in Sub-Saharan Africa, 2000
Figure 2.10 Source of Technology for Firms in Sub-Saharan Africa -- Figure 3.1 Tertiary Share of Education Budget by Region, 1975-2005 -- Table 1.1 World Bank Financing for Education in Sub-Saharan Africa, FY1990-FY2008 -- Table 1.2 Private Returns to Primary vs. Tertiary Education -- Table 1.3 Growth and Sectoral Indicators -- Table 1.4 Remittances and Foreign Assistance -- Table 1.5 Exports of Goods and Services -- Table 1.6 Share of Engineering, Food, and Garment Exports in Selected Countries, 2001-06 -- Table 1.7 Competitiveness of SSA Countries -- Table 1.8 Export Diversification Trend Indicators in Africa -- Table 2.1 Average Math and Science Scores of Eighth-Grade Students in Selected Countries, 2003 -- Table 2.2 Distribution of African University Graduates by Field of Study, 2005 -- Table 2.3 Share of Tertiary Students Enrolled in Science and Technology Disciplines, by Country -- Table 2.4 Changes in Public Expenditures on Education in Low-income Countries, 1990-2003 -- Table 2.5 Researchers per Million Persons -- Table 2.6 Research Outputs by Geographical Region -- Table 2.7 Science and Engineering Publications from Africa, 2005-06 -- Table 3.1 Percentage Distribution of Tertiary Students by Program Type, 2004 -- Table 3.2 Unit Cost in U.S. Dollars of Secondary, Technical, and Tertiary Education, Selected Countries, 2002 -- Table 3.3 National Technical Training Levy Schemes in Selected SSA Countries -- Table 3.4 Average Staff/Student Ratios for SSA Universities -- Table 3.5 Public Expenditure on Education as a Percentage of GDP, 2004 -- Table 3.6 Differentiation Profiles for Selected African Tertiary Systems
Sub-Saharan Africa has recently enjoyed a surge in economic growth due to the rising prices of its commodities and natural resources. To sustain this growth in the face of intensifying global competition, African countries may wish to align their tertiary education and research systems more closely to national economic development based on a deepening of technological capabilities and local labor markets. This will require governments and societies to make strategic choices and targeted investments in specific types of training, specific disciplinary areas, and specific institutions. The success of this strategy will depend in large measure on greater financial efforts by governments and households, new public-private partnerships that tap into business resources, the innovation of radically different, lower cost ways of providing good quality tertiary education to growing numbers of students, and greater research and development
Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Bank, World Accelerating Catch-up : Tertiary Education for Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa Herndon : World Bank Publications,c2008 9780821377383
主題 Education, Higher -- Economic aspects -- Africa, Sub-Saharan.;Africa, Sub-Saharan -- Economic policy -- Effect of education on
Electronic books
Record:   Prev Next