Abstract

Education has always been the significant phenomenon of human being society. Man invariably yearns for knowledge. Thus he used different efficacious tool and techniques for the acquisition of knowledge and wisdom. But southern South Sudan faces daunting challenges for promoting educational culture in his people, as its peace settlement is under threat of mass poverty, widespread violence and weak government institutions poses the formidable barrier to human development towards the educational environment. Educational inequalities in South Sudan can be attributed to many factors. The lack of funds and infrastructure, along with a deprived and mostly illiterate population makes establishing an effective education system challenging. There are also certainness traditional cultural ideas about women which make it more difficult for girls to get an education than their male counterparts. Only 28% of South Sudanese adults today are literate. Other challenges include inadequate schools; teachers who have had insufficient training; a shortage of teachers, particularly women; lack of a standard curriculum; and a legislative and policy framework on education that is still in development. The vision should be the transformation of traditional systems into "Smart Education Systems" in place of the traditional ones that develop an integrated high-quality learning opportunities in all areas of students' lives, at school, college, home, and in the community. So education reform in South Sudan should reforms laws, minds, and culture in a way that to allow good schools and universities to flourish independently of all civic and political handles. In the far-flung peripheral areas of South Sudan, including south, west, east, and north, little development has taken place in decades. The humanitarian and development needs are vast in South Sudan and the government was unable to cover the complex array of issues relevant to South Sudan. Below some suggestion are presented to cope the ch

How to Cite
KALEEM, Mahmoud. Assessing the Educational Reforms for Learning Quality Improvement Program in South Sudan. Global Journal of Human-Social Science Research, [S.l.], jan. 2018. ISSN 2249-460X. Available at: <https://socialscienceresearch.org/index.php/GJHSS/article/view/2443>. Date accessed: 21 sep. 2019.