… But our education system is not yet pro-poor and the quality and curriculum do not effectively serve the goals of human development and poverty eradication. Dhaka The education system of Bangladesh is a pluralistic and extremely complex one which comprises several sectors with different historical and pedagogical backgrounds including formal, religious, nonformal which need to be considered in turn (see Appendix-02). today resulted the nation to end up with unemployment rate of 4.8% and 36.3% population under poverty line(CIA Factbook, 2010). The Bangladesh education board has taken steps to leave such practises in the past and is looking forward to education as a way to provide a somewhat poverty-stricken nation with a brighter future Bangladesh fully conforms to the Education For All (EFA) objectives and the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) and international declarations. system, political conflicts between the political parties, fraudulent in tax and taxation system, lack of proper education, lack of family planning, etc. Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics, Statistics Division, Ministry of Planning, 1989, 1994, 2000. Development Strategy and Education System Overview 3 2.1 Development Priorities and Education 2.2 Development Strategies of the Fifth Five-Year Plan 2.3 Facets of Poverty 2.4 Structure of the Education System in Bangladesh 2.5 Legal Structure of Bangladesh Education 2.6 Management Structure of Education 2.7 Staff Organizations in Education Chapter-1.2 Motivation To Choose The Topic Several Problems in Education System of Bangladesh . In our national budget for the year 2013, the education sector got the third largest allocation amounting to Tk.25, 114 crore of which Tk. September 28, 2013 Document of the World Bank Report No. The Historical Development of the Education System in Bangladesh . Ministry of Education, Secondary Education and Science development section. Campaign for Popular Education and University Press Limited. The education system of Bangladesh faces an enormous challenge in the form of a huge population, poorly educated and largely impoverished, and a lack of funds to address their needs. CAMPE (2001), Education Watch 2000, A Question of Quality: State of Education in Bangladesh, Vol.I. Bangladesh has made a remarkable progress in expanding the primary education. 80613-BD Bangladesh Education Sector Review Seeding Fertile Ground: Education That Works for Bangladesh BBS (2003c), Population Census Report, 2001, Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics, Ministry of Planning, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, Dhaka. Lack of skilled school teachers, Burden of excess curriculum, Gradual improvements are being made, but the system still struggles to meet …