Education: Free and Compulsory
The Importance of Free and Compulsory Education in the Congo
The Congo provides students with a variety of opportunities in terms of their education. Though all students begin in primary school, students can ultimately decide whether to pursue a secondary education or a vocational education.
This sort of choice allows them to decide whether they would prefer to explore trades or academia, giving them a tremendous amount of intellectual freedom. The structure of education in the Congo is further conducive to higher education. While legislating for free and compulsory primary education, MOET was driven by the need to improve the quality of education, as well as making it more responsive to the impact of HIV, AIDS and poverty.
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Making sure all children are in school is an important first step, but it does not necessarily mean they are being educated. The MOET and partners such as UNICEF are working to ensure that education remains a key development priority and to support national policies that provide access to school for all children in a safe and gender-sensitive environment.
The Government is spending more on public education as a percentage of GNP than almost every other African country and is making sure girls and boys are being educated in equal numbers. Education is crucial to ensure human capital development.
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