The Suaman District has one second cycle institution-the Dadieso Senior High School. There are two circuits of Education (A&B) in the district. Circuit A has 22 primary schools and 15 Junior High Schools while Circuit B has one primary school and 4 Junior High Schools. In all there are 38 primary schools and 19 Junior high Schools in the district.A greater number of these schools have good infrastructure in terms of classrooms.
Data was collected on school attendance for all persons three (3) years and older. School attendance refers to whether a person has ever attended, was currently attending or has never attended school. In the census, school meant an educational institution where a person received at least four hours of formal education.
Although the lower age limit of formal education is six years for primary one, eligibility for the school attendance question was lowered to three years because pre-school education has become an important phenomenon in the country.
Level of Education
Level of education refers to the highest level of formal school that a person ever attended or was attending. This information was obtained for persons 3 years and older.
Activity status refers to economic or non-economic activity of respondents during the 7 days preceding census night. Information on type of activity was collected on persons 5 years and older. A person was regarded as economically active if he/she:
a. Worked for pay or profit or family gain for at least 1 hour within the 7 days preceding Census Night. This included persons who were in paid employment or self- employment or contributing family workers.
b. Did not work, but had jobs to return to.
c. Were unemployed.
The economically not active were persons who did not work and were not seeking for work. They were classified by reasons for not being economically active. Economically not active persons included homemakers, students, retired persons, the disabled and persons who were unable to work due to their age or ill-health.
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