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The improved economic situation in East Asia is reflected in the decline in the number of illiterates. 6 million illiterates in the year 2000. 6 million respectively. It would seem, therefore, that a drop in illiteracy rates is linked to economic development and the age structure of the population. 132 The Financing of Education A rapidly increasing school-age population necessarily entails a very high level of educational expenditure merely to maintain enrolment ratios, since, classrooms must be built, teachers recruited and textbooks supplied just to keep pace with the additional pupils.
Often these goals are stated in a national EFA strategy or plan of action (see column 5). Column 5 shows countries that have adopted, or are preparing, a national strategy and/or a plan of action that covers the development of basic education services. Many countries are preparing a "national programme of action" to follow up the World Summit for Children (September 1990) that includes a specific section on basic education. Column 6 refers to the existence of some national level mechanism (commission, task force, inter-ministerial committee) that is specifically responsible for promoting or coordinating policies, programmes and services that concern basic education.
In Latin America and the Caribbean, however; where literacy rates are already high and should exceed 90 per cent by the year 2000, the male and female literacy rates are moving steadily closer together. The gender gap still remains wide in the case of the Arab States and South Asia. When considering gender disparities, it is often instructive to examine indices, since percentages may be deceptive. 147 Although the disparity between male and female illiteracy rates appears to be diminishing in percentage points in most developing regions, in terms of indices it is on the increase everywhere, with the exception of Latin America/Caribbean.