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                education of the North-West and the Sanaga- Maritime; the construction of sub-divisional inspec- tions; the rehabilitation of the administrative buil-
dings of the regional delegations of Littoral and South-West, the completion of the construction of certain regional and divisional delegations.
Number of functional classrooms and numbers of pupils and teachers
 EDUCATION
Nursery
Public
Private
EPA/CPC 315
2015/2016
Teachers
10 686 16 018 307 27 011
66 264 38 596 848
105 708
2016/2017*
Teachers
11 472 17 255 349 29 076
69 204
40 048
918
110 170
Classrooms
Pupils
207 053 337 450 11 307 555 810
3 412 087
986 037
83 111
4 481 235
Classrooms
5 298 12 439 352 18 089
55 13
45 981
1 348
102 468
Pupils
215 956 365 385 12 667 594 008
3 598 594 1 241 487 89 004 4 929 085
    5 207 11 967
   Total
Primaire
Public Private EPA/CEBNF
Total
17 489
53 199 33 133 1 262
87 594
       Source : MINEDUB *provisional data, EPA= parents school; CPC=preschool community centre; CEPNF=non-formal basic education centre.
BALANCE SHEETS OF
THE 2016/2017 SCHOOL YEAR
During the 2016/2017 school year, 594 008 nursery pupils enrolled were supervised by 20 976
teachers, divided among 18 089 classrooms. In primary education, the number of pupils was esti- mated at 4 929 085. Supervision was done by 110 170 teachers for 102 468 classrooms.
 EDUCATION
Nursery
Public Private EPA/CPC Whole
Primairy
Public Private EPA/CEBNF Whole
Ratios élèves/enseignant et élèves/salle de classe
2015/2016
Pupils/teachers Pupils/classroom
19 40 21 28 37 36 21 32
51 64 26 30 98 66 42 51
2016/2017*
Pupils/teachers
Pupils/classroom
              The pupil/teacher ratio in nursery education has moved from 21 for the 2015/2016 school year to 20 in 2016/2017, and the pupil/classroom ratio from 32 to 33. In primary education, the pupil/tea- cher ratio deteriorated by 3 points to come to 45 and the pupil/classroom ratio improved by 3 points to 48. At the end of the school year.
At the end of the 2016/2017school year, the success rates at the “certificat d’études primaires”
19 41 21 29 36 36 20 33
52 65 27 31 97 66 45 48
Source : MINEDUB, *Provisional data
is 78.1% compared to 73.6% in 2015/2016. For the first school leaving certificate, the rate is 77.9% compared to 90.9% in 2015/2016.
SECONDARY EDUCATION
It aims at providing training in line with the needs of the labour market. The vision is shall be made concrete through: strengthening access to secondary education; improving the quality of
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