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Les déterminants de la fréquentation scolaire au Mali : Entre caractéristiques socioculturelles et économiques et statut de l'enfant dans le ménage

  • BOUARÉ Issa
  • KONE Felix Yagoua
  • KUEPIE Mathias
  • SIDIBE Lassine
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    La question fondamentale à laquelle cette étude se propose de répondre est de savoir pourquoi certains enfants de 7-18 ans fréquentent l’école au Mali et d’autres pas. Pour y répondre, nous commençons par positionner la fréquentation scolaire dans un cadre théorique où les facteurs culturels, économiques, familiaux et d’offre éducative se conjuguent pour déterminer les chances de fréquentation des jeunes. Il ressort des analyses, à partir des données de l’enquête malienne auprès des ménages de 2003, que les facteurs culturels sont de loin plus déterminant pour la fréquentation scolaire que le facteur économique. Un autre résultat de première importance est que la discrimination vis-à-vis des filles confiées est si importante qu’elle explique, à elle seule, quasiment toutes les inégalités entre filles et garçons en matière d’éducation.

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    Length: 32 pages
    Date of creation: Dec 2012
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    Handle: RePEc:irs:cepswp:2012-41
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    1. Marie-Hélène Durand, 2006. "Les enfants non scolarisés en milieu urbain : une comparaison des déterminants intra familiaux, inter familiaux et des effets de voisinage dans sept capitales ouest africaines," Working Papers DT/2006/02, DIAL (Développement, Institutions et Mondialisation).
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