Eritrean Education - Retrospect And Prospect
AbstractEducation has long been recognized as a central element in economics development. In Eritrea, Church education played a significant role in transmitting church literature from generation to generation. Quranic schools also played a similar role in the Muslim communities of the Eritrean Society. Since Independence, education is well organized in the country. Eritrea has invested heavily in education and has embarked on a wide-ranging program. The World Bank, Eritrea has also made substantial investment in a plan intended to quickly raise the country's skill levels. The guiding purpose of the research on which this article is based, is to explore the educational history of Eritrea at different periods. It covers the Eritrean education system during the Italian Rule, British Rule, and Ethiopian Rule. It also provides educational development of Eritrea after independence. The methodology used in this paper is essentially a descriptive analysis of data obtained from the secondary sources.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 10313.
Date of creation: 09 Oct 2004
Date of revision: 19 Dec 2004
Publication status: Published in Eastern Africa Journal of Humanities and Sciences 2.5(2005): pp. 1-12
Eritrea; Education; Development; Colonial Rule; Investment;
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