Working conditions and performance of executives in general secondary Education of Bamako
Despite the three major reforms that Mali has experienced, the Malian education system is beset by both qualitative and quantitative problems. These problems have handicapped the response of the country's political will since independence in 1960, which was to correct the services inherited from colonization, in particular the education system. Poor working conditions are targeted as major causes of these problems. This study focuses on the working conditions and performance of executives in general secondary education in Bamako. The objective of this work is to analyze the causes or motivating factors that can give enthusiasm to teachers so that they are efficient so that the education system provides quality training capable of meeting the requirements of socio-economic development. Documentary research, surveys and explorations of data produced by state structures have been carried out. In this article, the results of the Malian Baccalaureate examinations are considered as the main measure of performance. A comparative study was conducted between all public high schools in Bamako and some private ones. Analyzes of information, quantified or not, have shown that working conditions and results for the Malian baccalaureate are better in private high schools than in public high schools.
Keywords: Mali, Public and Private High Schools, working conditions, Performance
Classification JEL: I21, I23, I26
Paper type: Empirical Research
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