The EFA 2000 Assessment: To know more about the EFA movement
     
   
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  National Coordinator:

 
Name: Dr. Aignald Panneflek
Department of Education and Culture
Address: Boerhaavestraat 16 / van Leeuwenhockstraat
Otrabanda, Willemstad, Curaçao
Phone: (5999) 462 4777
Fax: (5999) 462 4471
E-mail: pannefle@cura.net



EDUCATION FOR ALL IN THE CARIBBEAN
ASSESSMENT 2000
NETHERLANDS ANTILLES COUNTRY REPORT

Table of Contents

Part I Descriptive Section

Introduction

1. EFA goals and targets

    1.1 Expansion of early childhood care and developmental activities

    1.2 ‘Universal access to, and completion of primary education by  the year 2000' and Improvement in learning achievement

    1.3 Reduction of the adult illiteracy rate especially the disparity between male and female illiteracy rates and Expansion of basic education and training in other essential skills required by youth and adult

    1.4 Increased acquisition by individuals and families of the knowledge, skills and values required for better living, made available through all education channel

2. EFA strategy and/or plan action

2.1 Expansion of early childhood care and developmental activities

2.2 ‘Universal access to, and completion of primary education by the year 2000' and Improvememnt in learning achievement

2.3 ‘Reduction of the adult illiteracy rate, especially the disparity between male and female illiteracy rates and Expansion of basic education and training in other essential skills required by youth and adults.

2.4 Increased acquisition by individuals and families of the knowledge, skills and values required for better living, made available

through all education channels

3. EFA decision-making and management

4. Cooperation in EFA

5. Investment in EFA

PART II Analytic Section

6. Progress toward goals and targets

Early Child Care and Development

Primary Education

Learning Achievement an Outcomes

Adult Literacy

7. Effectiveness of the EFA strategy, plan and programs

7.1 Expansion of early childhood care and developmental activities

7.2 ‘Universal access to, and completion of primary education by  the year 2000' and Improvement in learning achievement

7.3 ‘Reduction of the adult illiteracy rate, especially the disparity between male and female illiteracy rates’ and ‘Expansion of basic

education and training in other essential skills required by youth and adults

7.4 Some specific Subjects

        Some specific Subjects: cont.

8. Main Problems encountered and anticipated

9. Public awareness, political will and national capacities

10. General assessment of the Progress

PART III Prospects

11. Policy directions for the Future

11.1 The strategies to reach the EFA goals

11.2 Policy and goals

11.2.1 Expansion of early childhood care and developmental activities

11.2.2 ‘Universal access to, and completion of primary education by the year 2000' and Improvement in learning achievement

11.2.3 Reduction of illiteracy rate, especially the disparity between male and femame illiteracy rates

11.2.4 Expansion of basic education and training in other essential skills requied by youth and adults

11.2.5 Increased acquisition by individuals and families of the Knowledge, skills and values required for better living, made available

through all eduaction channels

Appendix