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Hauptsachtitel:
Overcoming inequality: why governance matters.
Untertitel/Zusätze:
EFA Global Monitoring Report 2009.
Erscheinungsort:
Paris ; Oxford
Erscheinungsjahr:
ISBN:
0199544190
 
9780199544196
 
9789231040894
Kurzinfo:
Quelle: http://www.unesco.org/education/gmr2008/overview-en.pdf

Description:

In 2000, over 160 countries committed to vastly expand educational opportunities for children, youth, and adults by 2015. The sixth edition of this global report marks the midterm point and provides a rich evidence-based assessment of progress towards expanding early childhood learning programmes, reaching universal primary education, achieving gender equality at all levels of education, dramatically reducing adult illiteracy, and improving educational quality. With over 70 million children out of primary school, poor learning achievement in many countries, and 1 in 5 adults without basic literacy skills, the report stresses the dire need for innovative policies that tackle the root causes of exclusion, promote equity, and improve teaching and learning conditions. It also calls upon donors to step up aid to education--still a fraction of total official development assistance--in line with the promises they made at the turn of the century.

Based on specialized commissions, extensive consultations and multiple research sources, the report provides an authoritative, comparative reference for policymakers, development specialists, economists, education researchers, and advocates worldwide.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Quelle: http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0017/001776/177683e.pdf

Contents:

Foreword
Acknowledgements
List of figures, tables, text boxes and map
Highlights of the Report
Overview

Chapter 1 | Education for all: human right and catalyst for development
Introduction
Educational opportunity: highly polarized
Unlocking the wider benefits of education
Conclusion

Chapter 2 | The Dakar goals: monitoring progress and ineguality
Introduction
Early childhood care and education: a long way to go
Progress towards UPE: nations at the crossroads
Secondary education and beyond: some gains
Meeting the lifelong learning needs of youth and adults
Adult literacy: still neglected
Assessing gender disparities and inequalities in education
Ensuring both equity and the quality of learning
Education for All: measuring composite achievement

Chapter 3 | Raising quality and strengthening equity: why governance matters
Introduction
Financing education for equity
Choice, competition and voice: school governance reform and EFA
Strengthening teacher governance and monitoring
An integrated approach to education and poverty reduction: the missing link

Chapter 4 | Increasing aid and improving governance
Introduction
Aid for education
Governance and aid effectiveness

Chapter 5 | Policy conclusions and recommendations
What governments can do
The role of aid donors
The role of non-government actors

Annex
The Education for All Development Index
Global and regional patterns in education decision-making
Statistical tables
Aid tables
Glossary
References
Abbreviations
Index
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Datum des Zugriffs:
07.10.2010