announced about the compulsory free primary education system in 1990. Question leak, unskilled teachers and inconsistency between the education system and job sector, low budgetary allocation are the main factors overwhelming our education sector for long. After that announcement, most of the non-government primary schools have come to improve this section.There are many non-government primary schools but BRAC and SISUNILOY are one of the best. The system has three levels—primary, secondary, and higher education. Bangladesh govt. PDF | On Feb 13, 2018, Jannatul Ferdaus published Monitoring and Evaluation in education system of Bangladesh: Theory, reflection, and recommendation. To make an educational system which utilizes Bangladeshi people's character to the maximum. Here are eight ways we can help to improve better outcomes of education and the economy—for the future of our youth and the world. Bangladesh has made remarkable gains over the past two decades by ensuring access to education, especially at the primary level and for girls. But despite Bangladesh’s notable success in bringing nearly all children across the country to primary school, the quality of education remains a concern. Primary and secondary education are both compulsory, though universal participation has remained more an ideal than a fact. In Bangladesh, the primary education completion rate was about 50% 10 years ago, and the quality of education was a big issue. The education system in Bangladesh needs to be assessed objectively, weaknesses identified and steps need to be taken to strengthen this vital educational level. Bangladesh - Bangladesh - Education: The foundation of the educational system in Bangladesh was laid down during the period of British rule. to meet the Education for All goals and the education-focused Millennium Devel-opment Goals. In fact, in Bangladesh, there are 13 different types of curricula being followed at the primary level. This report analyzes three policies designed to improve the primary education system in Bangladesh. The policy areas, suggested to us by Dr. John Richards of the Bangladesh Government Advisory Group on Primary Education, are: But now that the primary education completion rate has risen to about 80%, the quality of education is certainly improving. To improve the higher education system in Bangladesh towards a global standard, government of Bangladesh has taken an initiative so that our graduates develop critical knowledge and skill to compete and succeed in the global marketplace. The country’s net enrollment rate at the primary school level increased from 80 percent in 2000 to 98 percent in 2015.