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Prior to 1974, Ethiopia had an estimated illiteracy rate well above 90% and compared poorly with the rest of Africa in the provision of schools and universities.
After 1974 revolution, emphasis was placed on increasing literacy in rural areas.
Although the existence of inscriptions prove that literacy preceded the adoption of Christianity as the recognized religion in Ethiopia, by the time of the earliest surviving records formal education was controlled by the church.
Educational opportunities were seen as the preserve of Ethiopia's ruling Amhara class.
English medium instruction remains a problem throughout the later years of education.Recently, there has been massive expansion throughout the educational system.Access to primary is limited to urban locations and they are mostly owned by the private sector and Faith Based organizations.There have been difficulties in introducing BPR with poorly paid university staff supplementing their incomes where possible.Universities need to match training to market demands.