Note to Editors

For interviews, photos, quotes of teachers and children, or for more information, please contact:

Kate Redman k.redman(at)unesco.org +33 (0)671786234

Sue Williams s.williams(at)unesco.org +33 (0)1 45681706 or +33 (0)615929362

The press conference announcing these figures will take place at 10.15 a.m., 26 June at The Egg, rue Bara 175, 1070 Brussels, Belgium

For accreditationahumme(at)globalpartnership.org

ahumme(at)globalpartnership.org

The UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) is the official source of data used to monitor Education for All and related international goals.

More about out-of-school children:

UNESCO eAtlas on Out-of-School has a series of interactive maps with global and national data:

English:  http://tellmaps.com/uis/oosc/

French:  http://tellmaps.com/uis/oosc/?lang=fr

Data Tell Us, short video explaining lack of global progress in ensuring the right to education: English : http://youtu.be/ENNVA2QsM9M

French : http://youtu.be/3llCK8Q-lWA

The Education for All Global Monitoring Report

Developed by an independent team and published by UNESCO, the Education for All Global Monitoring Report (EFA GMR) is an authoritative reference that aims to inform, influence and sustain commitment towards Education for All.

The EFA GMR released a new paper two weeks ago showing that, despite out of school numbers stagnating, aid to education has fallen by 10% since 2010.

Twitter: @EFAReport

Web: http://www.efareport.unesco.org

World Education Blog: efareport.wordpress.com



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