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Gender and Education for All: The lead to equality.
EFA Global Monitoring Report 2003/4.


All countries have agreed to eliminate gender disparities in primary and secondary education by 2005. In its opening chapter, this second edition of the EFA Global Monitoring Report sets out the powerful human rights case for achieving parity and equality in education. Chapter 2 monitors progress towards the six EFA goals through a gender lens. The next two chapters look at why girls are still held back and highlight policies that can lift barriers and improve learning. Strategies to remove gender gaps in education are part of a much broader reform effort underway in many countries, as Chapter 5 shows. This agenda cannot be met without much bolder international commitments and better co-ordination, which is assessed in Chapter 6. It is in the interests of all states and peoples to remove the gender gap and it should be a top priority in all educational programmes, as the final chapter concludes.
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Executive summary

Chapter 1 Rights, equality and Education for All
Rights to education: legal obligations versus political commitments
Extending the agenda
Time-bound targets
Impact of gender equality in education on other development objectives

Chapter 2 Towards EFA: assessing progress
Early childhood care and education
Universal primary education and the gender goals
Secondary education and the gender goals
Tertiary education and the gender goals
Learning programmes for life skills and literacy
Educational quality
Comparing the progress of countries towards EFA

Chapter 3 Why are girls still held back?
The leap from parity to equality
Rights to education: what happens outside the school?
Rights to education: children in special circumstances
Rights to education: the supply of schooling
Rights within education
Rights through education: achieving equality of outcomes

Chapter 4 Lessons from good practice
Historical lessons
Making public policy fit for girls
NGOs and education provision

Chapter 5 From targets to reform:
national strategies in action
Patterns of performance – what drives progress?
Importance of context
Commitments and time-bound targets
Evidence of national reform
Participation – is civil society involved?
Decentralization: is it making a difference?
Making primary education affordable
EFA in industrialized and transition countries

Chapter 6 Meeting our international commitments
Aid flows
International initiatives
Strengthening international co-ordination

Chapter 7 Gendered strategies for EFA
Quantitative aspects of progress
Gender-aware strategy for education
National strategies for EFA
Meeting international commitments

Statistical annex
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