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  2. Education in Bangladesh - Wikipedia

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    In Bangladesh, all citizens must undertake ten years of compulsory education which consists of five years at primary school level and five years at high school level. Primary and secondary education is financed by the state and free of charge in public schools.

  3. Ministry of Primary and Mass Education - Wikipedia

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    The Ministry of Primary and Mass Education ( Bengali: প্রাথমিক ও গণশিক্ষা মন্ত্রণালয়) (abbreviated as MoPME) is the ministry responsible for Primary (Class I-VIII) and Mass ( literacy) education in Bangladesh. Secondary, vocational and tertiary educations is the responsibility of the Ministry of Education (Bangladesh) (MoED). Contents

  4. Talk:Education in Bangladesh - Wikipedia

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    The Bangladesh education board has taken steps to leave such practices in the past and is looking forward to education as a way to provide a somewhat poverty-stricken nation with a brighter future. Bangladesh has one of the lowest literacy rates in South Asia. One study found a 15.5% primary school teacher absence rate.

  5. List of primary education systems by country - Wikipedia

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    In Bangladesh, students attend primary schools for six years. Primary/secondary education in Bangladesh is segregated as Primary (Pre school 1 Year + Class 1 -5), Junior High School (Class 6 - Class-10) and Higher Secondary or intermediate (11th and 12th Class) are as follows :

  6. BRAC (organisation) - Wikipedia

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    BRAC's education programme provides non-formal primary education to those left out of the formal education system, especially poor, rural, or disadvantaged children, and drop-outs. Its schools are typically one room with one teacher and no more than 33 students. Core subjects include mathematics, social studies and English.

  7. Primary education - Wikipedia

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    Primary education is typically the first stage of formal education, coming after preschool / kindergarten and before secondary school. Primary education takes place in primary school, the elementary school or first and middle school depending on the location.

  8. Youth in Bangladesh - Wikipedia

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    Bangladesh has one of the highest rates of child-marriage in the world. 66% of women (aged 20 to 24) were married before they turned 18. 13% of children are involved in child labor. Child laborers are frequently denied an education and are vulnerable to violence and abuse. Less than 80% of students enrolled in grade one complete primary school.

  9. Child labour in Bangladesh - Wikipedia

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    In a 2010 statistical report, UNICEF measured that around 50% of all working children in Bangladesh do not attend school. Another 6.8% of children between age 7 and 14 whom, while going to school, also work. Of those that do attend school, school performance is negatively affected when children are in the work force.