The Education System in Swaziland : Training and Skills Development for Shared Growth and Competitiveness
Policy makers recognize that developing capacity for knowledge and technology driven growth is necessary for Swaziland to integrate into the global economy and to be competitive; in particular because Swaziland is not rich in exploitable natural resources. The Education Training and Skills Development Sector (ETSDS), the educational sector of Swaziland??s long-term development and reform program, covers all levels of education, from early childhood to post-secondary education. This paper evaluates the adequacy of the ETSDS in light of the enhanced educational goal for the country. Acknowledging that financing reforms will be a challenge, this paper makes recommendations to enhance the program??s effectiveness, such as expanding access, strengthening delivery modes, and minimizing financial barriers to education and training.
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The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank
April 01, 2010
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