Tag Archives: adult education
Tomorrow is International Literacy Day. A group, which has higher rates of illiteracy than other sections of the population but is rarely discussed, is those in the correctional justice system. In the 2016 GEM Report, we noted that more than … Continue reading
Target 4.3 – What is at stake for monitoring progress on technical, vocational, tertiary and adult education?
4.3 By 2030, ensure equal access for all women and men to affordable and quality technical, vocational and tertiary education, including university Target 4.3 covers a very wide range of education opportunities. For monitoring progress, two issues stand out. First, … Continue reading
By Mwatima Juma, Tanzania Country Programme Officer – IFAD A group of 20 farmers gather around a facilitator who is demonstrating how to prepare nutritious fodder for dairy cows on Zanzibar island, off the coast of Tanzania. They are attending … Continue reading
Gul Rahman, a patrolman at Paktya Province prison security unit, Afghanistan, has greatly improved his ability to serve as a policeman as a result of his literacy class. He is married and the sole breadwinner for 12 family members. “Afghanistan … Continue reading
We have now officially moved from talking about whether someone is ‘literate’ or not, to discussing how proficient their literacy skills are. This is a significant step forward, which we should celebrate today – International Literacy Day. But we don’t yet … Continue reading
By Alan Tuckett, President of the International Council for Adult Education and Professor of Education, University of Wolverhampton The World Education Forum in Incheon is now behind us, and the Addis Ababa event on financing the Sustainable Development Goals ahead. … Continue reading