Education for All by 2015. Will we make it?
A mid-term assessment of where the world stands on its commitment to provide basic education for all children, youth and adults by 2015.
What education policies and programmes have been successful? What are the main challenges? How much aid is needed? Is aid being properly targeted?
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The Report by section:
- The enduring relevance of Education for All
- The six goals: how far have we come?
- Countries on the move
- Progress in financing Education for All
- The way forward
- The Education for All Development Index
- Prospects for the achievement of EFA by 2015: methodology
- National learning assessments by region and country
- National policies to advance Education for All in thirty countries
- Statistical tables: Introduction
- Aid tables: Introduction
All the maps used in the Global Monitoring Report are redrawn from UN maps, but the boundaries and designations employed do not imply any endorsement or acceptance by UNESCO.
- Adult literacy rates and number of illiterates, 1995—2004 (p. 64)
- Countries abolishing primary school tuition fees since Dakar, 2006 (p. 112)
- Gender parity index in primary gross enrolment ratios, 2005 (p.82)
- Gender parity index in secondary gross enrolment ratios, 2005 (p. 85)
- Pre-primary gross enrolment ratios, 2005 (p. 37)
- Primary education NER and out-of-school children, 2005 (p. 50)
- Primary school tuition fees and gross enrolment ratios since Dakar, with pupil/teacher ratios in 2005 (p. 113)
- Survival rates to the last grade of primary education, 2004 (p. 55)