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Teachers and educational quality.
Monitoring global needs for 2015.


Sub-Saharan Africa will need another 1.6 million teachers in classrooms by 2015 to provide every child with a primary education, according to this report by the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS). Chronic shortages are also expected in the Arab States, which will need to expand their teaching force by 26% in less than a decade to achieve the same goal.

Entitled ″Teachers and Educational Quality: Monitoring Global Needs for 2015″, the report provides global and regional assessments on the state of teachers and education quality. By highlighting trends in teacher quantity and quality, it explores the policy implications of bridging the gap between the two, especially in developing countries. It also compares the strengths and shortcomings of recruitment and deployment policies as well as working conditions around the world.

Countries across the world will need to recruit more than 18 million teachers over the next decade. The greatest challenge lies in sub-Saharan Africa, which will need to expand its teaching force by 68% over this period. By 2015, countries like Chad will need almost four times as many primary teachers, from 16,000 to 61,000, while Ethiopia must double its stock to achieve universal primary education.
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Chapter 1. Teacher supply and demand: A global status report
Section 1. Teacher supply and demand: Global and regional trends
Section 2. The characteristics of teaching forces
Section 3. Projecting teacher needs to 2015

Chapter 2. Teacher training, qualifications and education quality
Section 1. Teachers and minimum qualification standards
Section 2. Beyond minimum qualifications: Teachers′ education levels
Section 3. Measuring academic skills of teachers
Section 4. Continuing professional development of teachers

Chapter 3: Balancing teacher quantity and quality to improve learning outcomes
Section 1. Balancing the number and quality of teachers
Section 2. Balancing teacher deployment and conditions of service
Section 3. Concluding remarks

Annex 1. Methodology for simulating teacher demand for 2015
Annex 2. Primary and secondary education indicators
Annex 3. Teacher ages, qualifications, workloads and salaries
Annex 4. Regions
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