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With challenges similar to those faced by a number of low income countries,
Madagascar faces critical policy choices with respect to post-basic education.
Enrolment ratios in senior secondary education and tertiary education are 10
percent and 3 percent, respectively, among the lowest in the world. Critical
skill shortages and pervasive inequities in access necessitate changes in the
quantity and quality of education and skills. The increasing number of basic
education completers and demographic growth are mounting pressure on the
government to expand access to post-basic education. Responding to these
economic and social challenges, the government has made the transformation of
education one of the key priorities of the Madagascar Action Plan. However, low
domestic revenues and competing demands from other sectors, including basic
education, limit the room for maneuver. Caught between these two pincers,
policy makers often choose to sacrifice quality over expanding access or are
unable to develop a long term vision. The report provides a convincing reform
scenario for a low income country, with actions to be undertaken in the medium
and long term to sustain the development of post-basic education in an
environment of limited public resources and implementation capacity. Policy
makers in other developing countries will find this report useful to gauge
their own strategies for post basic education.