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In primary education, the ratio pupils/teacher went from 38 to 39. As for the ratio pupils/classroom, it remained stable at 49.In the public primary, both ratios deteriorated each by one point and are respectively found at 53 pupils/teacher and, 57 pupils/classroom.Pupils/teachers and pupils/classroom ratios2013/2014Pupils/Teachers Pupils/ClassroomEDUCATIONNurseryPublicPrivatePS/CPCOverallPrimaryPublicPrivatePS/BENFC 111 60 Overall 38 49Between 2014 and 2015, the success rate at the “certificat d’études primaires” dropped by 2.4 points to stand at 73.2%, while that of the first school leaving certificate had improved by 9.4 points to reach 90.3%. the government hired 2,970 teachers for the 2015/2016 school year.SECONDARY EDUCATIONIn 2015, the budget allocated to secondary edu- cations was 251,5 billion, up 8.1% on 2014. The private secondary education received public subsidies amounting 900 million. The school- zone map was enlarged with the coming to exis- tence of 59 CES, the transformation of 63 CES into general education high schools, 2 CES into bilingual high schools and, 18 general educa- tion high schools into bilingual high schools. The number of schools in the private general and technical secondary education moved from 813 to 672, showing a decrease by 17.3% as rea- son of the closure of illegal private schools.2014/2015Pupils/TeachersPupils/Classroom19 39 22 29 36 37 52 3219 43 21 29 37 39 20 3453 5722 34 110 55 39 49Source: MINEDUB, *provisional dataEvolution of the number of schools52 56 20 34ORDER/TYPESPublicEnseign. sec. généralPublicGeneral Sec Education Comprehensive 1 ENIEG 60 Overall 1,710PrivateGeneral Sec Education Comprehensive 223 ENIEG 48Overall 9972012/20132013/20141 7641,764 1 62 1,827600 384 661,150Source: MINESEC1 659 1,659726The main objective of secondary education consists, among others, in developing education through curriculum reform at all levels, providing education and improving the quality of teaching.DEVELOPING EDUCATIONThe development of general secondary educa- tion continues with: the construction of two turn- key CES, 380 classrooms, two computer rooms and 17 block latrines; the purchase of 11,100 desks; the equipping of 10 computer rooms.REVIEW OF THE 2014/2015 SCHOOL YEARGeneral secondary education hosted 1,692,818 pupils under the care of 72,491 teachers in 31,246 classrooms. As for teachers training col- leges, their numbers were 38,227 student tea- chers in 1,195 classrooms and 2,557 teachers.74,708 teachers of the secondary education are in charge of more than 32,243 classroomsLES ATOUTS ECONOMIQUES DU CAMEROUN91


































































































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