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The UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) publishes data for this country as if it has a 6-4-2 structure, with the result that UIS pupil counts and flow rates for primary and lower secondary do not reflect the nature of the official system. For this reason, care should be taken when using UIS data for Ethiopia.
Among other data sources, unique EPDC data collections for Ethiopia include indicators published by the Ministry of Education (2006-2011), Central Statistical Office (2003-2008), indicators calculated by EPDC using DHS household survey datasets (2011, 2004-2005, 1999-2000), indicators derived from UIS data, and learning outcomes data (EGRA 2010)
Last updated 3/2014.
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