Tag Archives: inequality

Does school choice really exist?

An idea that has gained popularity in some circles in recent years is that giving a choice to parents over where their children are educated and introducing competition in an  education ‘market’ will raise standards across the system through healthy … Continue reading

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Working equality into employment

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development recognises that gender equality and women’s empowerment are critical for achieving our goals. In this series of three blogs marking the launch of the new 2016 GEM Report Gender Review, we look at education … Continue reading

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Monitoring education inequality at the global level – how and what?

By Manos Antoninis and Marcos Delprato World leaders are preparing to put pen to paper this week to conclude years of negotiations. The most emblematic pledge is likely to be the statement in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development document … Continue reading

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Achieving the 2030 Education Goal by focusing on early learning

by Michelle Neuman, Program Director, Results for Development Institute. This blog is part of a series of last minute reflections before the new education agenda is set in stone.  A quarter of a century after global education leaders met in Jomtien, Thailand, and … Continue reading

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As more children have enrolled in schools in India, learning levels have declined

Since 2009-10, when India made eight years of education a fundamental right, the number of 6-14 year olds going to school has grown by over a million. Analysing data from Andhra Pradesh, Young Lives India country Director Renu Singh shows that … Continue reading

Posted in Asia, Basic education, Developing countries, Early childhood care and education, Equity, Learning, Literacy, Marginalization, Millennium Development Goals, Out-of-school children, Post-2015 development framework, sdgs, Sustainable development, Teachers | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 7 Comments

Private schools: punishing the poorest, or providing much needed access to education?

By Joanna Härmä, Research Officer for the EFA Global Monitoring Report and Aaron Benavot, Director of the EFA Global Monitoring Report. This blog first appeared on the education in crisis website. Private education, on the rise since the World Education Forum … Continue reading

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Share your views on the forthcoming 2015 EFA Global Monitoring Report

The 2015 Education for All Global Monitoring Report (EFA GMR) will review how much the EFA movement has contributed to ensuring that all children, young people and adults have benefited from the right to an education that meets their basic … Continue reading

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