23.10.2013 - UNESCO Office in Santiago

Specialists from UNESCO and the Peruvian Ministry of Education analyse advances in the education system

Niños de educación parvularia en Perú. Photo: World Bank Photo Collection

With the goal of improving the capacity of the Peruvian education system, experts from UNESCO and technical teams from the Ministry of Education meet from 23-25 October at the Seminar entitled “General Education Quality Analysis Framework” (GEQAF).

The event’s objectives are to identifying the current limitations to achieving a quality education system and to propose strategies to strengthen and improve the education system.

This meeting is held within the scope of the commitment assumed in 2012 when Peruvian President, Ollanta Humala Tasso, and UNESCO Director General, Irina Bokova, met in Paris to sign the “Memorandum of Cooperation on strengthening the capacity of the education system in Peru to deliver inclusive and relevant quality education”.

This memorandum emphasises education as a right based on the strategic objectives proposed at the national level, such as the National Education Project (PEN), and at the international level, like the World Declaration on Education for All (EFA) and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

The meeting brings together the following UNESCO representatives: Renato Opertti from the International Bureau of Education (IBE-UNESCO) and Moritz Bilagher from the UNESCO Regional Bureau for Education in Latin America and the Caribbean (OREALC/UNESCO Santiago).

From the Peruvian Ministry of Education, participants include officials from the divisions of Regular Primary Education; Bilingual and Rural Inter-cultural Studies; Special Primary Education; Teacher Training; Higher Education and Technical-Professional Education; Development of Education Institutions; Alternative Primary Education; Educational Technologies, as well as the Department of Strategic Planning; the Quality Measurement Unit; and the offices of Regional Coordination and IT and Support for Education Management.

In the case of Peru, the following issues have been given priority<a name="_GoBack"></a>: Quality, Equality and Inclusion, Teacher Training, Higher Education and Management.




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