Educational Management in Brazil

Students from Cantagalo Centre - Criança Esperança Programme - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

UNESCO offers to national education authorities technical cooperation in education policy analysis, the design of education sector development plans and donor mobilization in support of national educational priorities, such as curriculum reform, teacher policies, and ICTs in education. In addition, it supports national institutional capacity-building in policy formulation, sector analysis, educational planning, policy simulation and dialogue, resource projections, sector management, programme monitoring and evaluation, development cooperation and donor coordination.

The cooperation activities involve participation to elaborate the guidelines and the instruments of execution and implementation of goals, as well as to construct the instruments of elaboration of action plans and of diagnoses of the situation of the education at the national, state and municipal levels.

UNESCO supports national education efforts in developing robust and coherent education policies and strategies and in managing their effective implementation all within the context of  “ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all”.

Solid, coherent policies and plans are the bedrock on which to build sustainable education systems, achieve educational development goals and contribute effectively to lifelong learning.

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