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|Title: ||Maldives education sector plan 2019-2023|
|Other Titles: ||މޯލްޑިވްސް އެޑިޔުކޭޝަން ސެކްޓަރ ޕްލޭން 2019-2023|
|Authors: ||Ministry of Education|
މިނިސްޓްރީ އޮފް އެޑިޔުކޭޝަން
Ministry of Higher Education
މިނިސްޓްރީ އޮފް ހަޔަރ އެޑިޔުކޭޝަން
|Keywords: ||Improved learning|
National Assessment of Learning Outcomes
Theories of change
Human Development Index
Gross National Income
Early Childhood Development
Youth Human Capital
Asia Development Bank
Holistic Education Policy
Inclusive Education Policy
Single-session Schooling Policy
School-Based Management Policy
Multigrade Teaching (MGT) Policy
Policy on Extra Support Systems in Schools
Health and Safety Policy
Free Higher Education Policy
High Achievers’ Scholarship Scheme
Cost and Financing
Financial modeling framework
|Issue Date: ||Apr-2019|
|Publisher: ||Ministry of Education|
Ministry of Higher Education
|Citation: ||Ministry of Education & Ministry of Higher Education. (2019). Maldives education sector plan 2019-2023. Male': Ministry of Education|
|Abstract: ||The Ministry of Education (MoE) and the Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE) are committed to upholding the following core principles in the effort to provide high-quality educational services to all Maldivians:
• Equal opportunity for free and compulsory education from Pre-school to grade 10.
• Equal opportunity for free, quality education to all, from K to 12, as well as, for the first-degree level, irrespective of sex or locality, while considering education to be a basic right for all children and youth, including those with special education needs (SEN).• All students acquire knowledge, skills and values required for successful completion of each stage of education, including the foundational skills of literacy and numeracy,
as well as the curriculum competencies contained within the National Curriculum Framework (NCF) and 21st century skills for a decent life in an interconnected world, characterized by globalization and economic integration.
• Every Maldivian student is inculcated in Maldivian and Islamic values, through education programmes offered to them in schools.
• Each school has skilled teachers and an adequate level of state-of-the-art equipment, is learner-friendly, and has the capacity to provide holistic education, and cater to learners with SEN.
• Every student has the opportunity to access Higher Education (HE) in the country, by as per the guidelines set by the Maldives Qualifications Authority (MQA) that would enhance his/her career opportunities.
• The provision of higher education and (Technical and Vocation Education and Training (TVET) enhances the capacity to contribute to social well-being, poverty reduction, and shared economic growth and prosperity, while also responding to the needs of the 21st century economy.|
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