To understand the Cote d’Ivoire education system, we need to first take a look at the different levels involved and in what ways the Ivorian government has aided the advancement of primary, secondary, and higher education in the country. It is important to note that the Cote d’Ivoire education system involves three levels, including 6 years of primary and 7 years of secondary education. At the higher education level, the accessibility is quite low since it is available only in the Abidjan area. Due to a lack of competent teachers, the Ivorian education system has also facilitated several teach education centers. Let’s take a closer look at how this country is working to improve its educational infrastructure at a competitive level.

The development of teacher competencies

The Cote d’Ivoire education system has come a long way since the 1980s when five levels of academic staff taught at the higher, secondary, and primary education institutes. During this time, the salaries of public school teachers were generally higher than that of other government servants. However, the Cote d’Ivoire education system still began experiencing a lack of competent teachers as the most skilled resources migrated to other professions or countries. To combat this, the government began recruiting foreign residents as teachers at the secondary and university levels as well as ran short certificate training courses to encourage Ivorians into the teaching profession. Despite this, the Cote d’Ivoire education system has not been able to reach modern standards of higher education.....Continue Reading