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The benefits of ECEC and basic education. Prof. Ides Nicaise HIVA / Dept of Ed. Sc. K.U. Leuven. Benefits of education. Individual :

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the benefits of ecec and basic education

The benefits of ECEC and basic education

Prof. Ides NicaiseHIVA / Dept of Ed. Sc.K.U. Leuven

benefits of education
Benefits of education
  • Individual:
    • Material / Financial: also for farmers in informal sector: better use of soil and seeds, higher productivity, less dependence on traders who buy their products etc., more rational consumption and saving behaviour…
    • Learningskills => snowballeffects
    • Non-material: essentially health: prevention (moderate use of alcohol, tobacco; less risky behaviour; hygiene; safe sex, family planning…); use of care (purchasing power and rational behaviour); living and working conditions (housing, better jobs…)
  • ‘externaleffects’:
    • Economic: more educated workers raise productivity of others
    • Education of next generation: living standard, health, family planning, transmission of knowledge & skills, attitudes towards education…
    • Social capital: communication, transaction, citizenship, trust, gender equality…
social returns to education
SOCIAL RETURNS TO EDUCATION

Source: Psacharopoulos (1994)

why is basic education so profitable
Whyis basic educationso profitable?
  • Key skills (communication, basic maths, hygiene) are learnt in primary school
  • Primary = more useful for rural areas  secondary education = typically useful for industry and services => in urban settings
  • Tertiary = important but serious problems of
    • Mismatch (N-Africa)
    • Brain drain (medical sector, IT…): almost all physicians trained in Congo leave the country
challenges
Challenges
  • Health problems (undernourishment, AIDS)
  • Populationgrowth and movements
  • Economicconditions
    • Governmentdebt
    • Poverty of population => education is lesserpriority / opportunitycost of childlabour
  • Wars
  • Poorgovernance
  • Quantity-qualitydilemma
  • Inequalities / exclusion
  • Languagepolicy
  • Resources
  • Relevance of curricula
  • Teacherprofessionalisation
  • ….
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