Review Article of American Journal of Design
Secondary Education in Ethiopia: A Comprehensive Summary
Addis Tsegaye Zegeye
Department of Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies, College of Education & Behavioral Sciences, Bahir Dar University
The article presents clear picture of the secondary school curriculum of Ethiopia from its planning to its implementation and the different problems faced during implementation by suggesting the solution so as to bring an all rounded development of students. Besides this it also indicated important points /recommendations for developers as well as practitioners of the curriculum. So it is advisable to take the comments in to consideration and revise and implement the revised curriculum as suggested by the authors.
Keywords: Secondary Education, Ethiopia: A Comprehensive Summary
How to cite this article:
Addis Tsegaye Zegeye. Secondary Education in Ethiopia: A Comprehensive Summary. American Journal of Design, 2019; 1:3.
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