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cover Education for All Global Monitoring Report - 2013/4

Teaching and Learning: Achieving quality for all

Director: Pauline Rose

Education on the Move series

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Livre, 476 pages, figures, tables, infographics, text boxes, annex, statistical tables, glossary, references, index

Format: 28 x 21.5 cm

2014, 978-92-3-104255-3

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The 2013/4 Education for All Global Monitoring Report shows that a lack of attention to education quality and a failure to reach the marginalized have contributed to a learning crisis that needs urgent attention. Worldwide, 250 million children – many of them from disadvantaged backgrounds – are not learning the basics, let alone the further skills they need to get decent work and lead fulfilling lives.

Teaching and learning: Achieving quality for all describes how policy-makers can support and sustain a quality education system for all children, regardless of background, by providing the best teachers. The Report also documents the reductions in aid that are holding back progress towards education goals, and shows how countries can boost education funding by tapping into domestic resources more effectively.

As the international community prepares to formulate post-2015 development goals, the Report makes a compelling case for giving education a central place in the global framework. It presents the latest evidence from around the world of the power of education – especially of girls – to help improve health and nutrition, reduce poverty, boost economic growth and protect the environment.

The Education for All Global Monitoring Report was established in order to inform, influence and sustain genuine commitment to achieving the Education for All goals by 2015. The Report monitors progress towards the goals across some 200 countries and territories, and acts as an authoritative reference for education policy-makers, development specialists, researchers and the media.

Also available in the Education on the Move series

Also recommended:
Education for All Global Monitoring Report - 2012 Youth and Skills: Putting Education to Work
Education for All Global Monitoring Report - 2011 The hidden crisis: Armed conflict and education
Education for All Global Monitoring Report - 2010 Reaching the marginalized
Education for All Global Monitoring Report - 2009 Overcoming Inequality: Why Governance Matters
Education for All Global Monitoring Report - 2008 Education for All by 2015 - Will we make it?
Education for All Global Monitoring Report - 2005 The Quality Imperative
Education for All Global Monitoring Report - 2003/4 Gender and Education for All: the Leap to Equality
Education for All Global Monitoring Report - 2002 Education for All - Is the World on Track?

MOTS CLES · Alphabétisation des adultes · Apprentissage · Conditions d'emploi de l'enseignant · Développement des compétences · Développement du curriculum · Éducation de la prime enfance · Éducation des filles · Éducation et développement · Éducation pour tous · Éducation universelle · Enseignement primaire · Évaluation de l'étudiant · Financement de l'éducation · Formation des enseignants · Indicateur de l'éducation · Qualité de l'éducation · Recrutement des enseignants · Statistique de l'éducation

 
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