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Meeting Basic Learning Needs: A Vision for the 1990s.
Background Document.
World Conference on Education for All Meeting Basic Learning Needs.
New York
Inhaltsverzeichnis :

1. Global Challenges and Human Development
A. Introduction

B. The Global Challenges
i. Economic stagnation and decline
ii. Economic disparities
iii. Marginalized populations
iv. Environmental degradation
v. Rapid population growth

C. Constraints on Human Development

D. The Role of Human Development in Addressing Global Challenges

E. Defining Basic Learning Needs

F. New Opportunities for Human Development

2. The Context and Effects of Basic Learning in the World
A. Basic Education Data

B. Indicators of the Context and Effects of Basic Education
i. Background characteristics
ii. Financial capacity
iii. Educational effort
iv. Educational effects
v. Social impacts

C. The State of Adult Basic Education

D. The State of Early Child Development

E. Progress and Prospects

3. An Expanded Vision of Basic Education For All
A. Shaping the Vision
i. Universalizing access and promoting equity
ii. Focussing on learning
iii. Broadening the means and scope of basic education
iv. Enhancing the environment for learning
v. Strengthening partnerships

B. Requirements for Implementing the Vision
i. Defining a supportive policy context
ii. Mobilization of resources
iii. Strengthening international solidarity

4. Meeting Basic Learning Needs: Analyzing Policies and Programmes
A. Introduction

B. Early Child Development

C. Meeting the Basic Learning Needs of Children
i. Increasing relevance
ii. Improving quality
iii. Promoting equity
iv. Enhancing efficiency

D. Meeting the Basic Learning Needs of Youth and Adults
i. Content and relevance
ii. Programmes and quality
iii. Effects and equity
iv. Monitoring and efficiency

5. Strategies for the 1990s
A. Priority Action at National Level
i. Assessing needs, planning action and defining targets
ii. Creating a supportive policy environment
iii. Designing policies to improve basic education
iv. Improving managerial, analytical and technological capacities
v. Mobilizing in formation and communication channels
vi. Building partnerships and mobilizing resources

B. Priority Action at the Regional Level
i. Exchanging information, experience and expertise
ii. Undertaking joint projects

C. Priority Action at World Level
i. Status and prospects of external funding
ii. Concerted and sustained long-term support for national and regional activities
iii. Enhancing national capacities
iv. Consultations on policy issues
v. Co-operation with in the international context

Annex 1: Basic Data
Country Key
Annex Table 1: Background National Characteristics
Annex Table 2: Indicators of Financial Capacity
Annex Table 3: Indicators of Educational Effort
Annex Table 4: Indicators of Educational Process and Results
Annex Table 5: Indicators of Social Effects
Annex Table 6: Participation in Adult Education
Technical Notes

Annex 2: Financing Primary Schooling: An Analysis of Alternatives

Annex 3: Selected Bibliography

Appendix: World Declaration on Education for All
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