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Since 2007 there has been a focus on DIPE (développement intégré de la petite enfance).DIPE is a national priority for Senegal is based on the needs of the nations’ children.In 2002, the gross primary enrolment rate was 80%, and the net primary enrolment rate was 67.6%.Gross and net enrolment rates are based on the number of students formally registered in primary school and therefore do not necessarily reflect attendance.The Senegalese primary education system divides six years of study into three cycles of two years that culminate in the successful completion of the CFEE (Certificate of Elementary Completion) and an entrance test into the next cycle of education.
Multigrade schools usually reflect poor outcomes in the CFEE (Certificate of Elementary Completion) examination at the end of the year, with a 44% pass rate in Kaolack, 34% pass rate in Mbour, and a 46% pass rate in Mbacke.
In 2000, 41.2% of children ages 5 to 14 years were attending school.
Primary school attendance statistics are not available for Senegal.
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