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The report analyzes the current state of secondary education in Bangladesh with regards to the quality and the future prospects of its graduates. In Bangladesh, seven years of schooling bridges primary with tertiary education.Secondary education is divided into three stages: junior secondary (grades VI-VIII), secondary (grades IX-X) and higher secondary (grades XI-XII). At junior secondary level, there are two streams, viz., general education and madrasa education. Questions are often asked about the two major streams with regards to equivalence in curriculum and the quality of graduates produced. This report makes a sound comparison between these two streams of education in Bangladesh. The methodology is based on a review of the curriculum, textbooks and related secondary documents, workshop with teachers of the two streams and consultation with the experts in the field. Five strata were considered for the study, which included government schools, urban private schools, rural private schools, urban madrasas and rural madrasas. The Bangladesh Bureau of Educational Information and Statistics (BANBEIS) database of 2005 was used for the sampling of schools and madrasas. Results from the study indicated that the madrasa stream of secondary education is less organized in terms of curriculum, textbook preparation and their implementation when compared to the general stream. The study also revealed a marked difference in the examination system between these two streams.
  The State of Secondary ducation Quality and Equity hallenges  n  i   Education Watch 2007 The State of Secondary EducationQuality and Equity Challenges  Education Watch 2007 ii  n  Education Watch 2006  n  iii   Education Watch 2007 The State of Secondary Education Quality and Equity Challenges Samir Ranjan NathMuhammad Nazmul HaqUmme Salema BegumA. M. M. Ahsan UllahMd. Abdus Sattar A. Mushtaque R. Chowdhury Campaign for Popular Education (CAMPE), Bangladesh
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