EFA Global Monitoring Report

The Education for All Global Monitoring Report is the prime instrument to assess global progress towards achieving the six 'Dakar' EFA goals. It tracks progress, identifies effective policy reforms and best practice in all areas relating to EFA, draws attention to emerging challenges and seeks to promote international cooperation in favour of education.

The publication is targeted at decision-makers at the national and international level, and more broadly, at all those engaged in promoting the right to quality education – teachers, civil society groups, NGOs, researchers and the international community.

While the Report has an annual agenda for reporting progress on each of the six EFA goals, each edition also adopts a particular theme, chosen because of its central importance to the EFA process.

Launching regional event for Latin America & the Caribbean. 2015: Achievements and challenges

Ex Congreso Nacional in Santiago de Chile, venue of the event

April 9, 2015, Crowne Plaza Hotel, 9.30 hrs.
Avenida Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins 136 Santiago de Chile

The 2015 Report titled 'Education for All 2000-2015: achievements and challenges' is the 12th and final report of the current series. The Report will provide an authoritative account of country progress and of commitments undertaken by the international community, based on up to date statistical evidence, in-depth policy analysis and informative case studies.

Analysing each EFA goal in turn, the Report will highlight policies and practices that have helped or hindered national progress. It will also carefully consider the influence of domestic financing trends and international aid flows.

Drawing upon lessons from previous reports the 2015 GMR will provide clear recommendations to help global, regional and national policy leaders better define and monitor the post-2015 education goal and targets.



Teaching and learning: Achieving quality for all. Focus on Latin America and the Caribbean

The document is based on the EFA Global Monitoring Report 2013/2014, “Teaching and learning: Achieving quality for all” and is a selection of data that express the current situation in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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