التعليم للجميع: ضرورة ضمان الجودة

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Unesco, 2004 - Education - 430 pages
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The 2005 Education For All Global Monitoring Report focuses on the quality of education, which it finds is insufficient in several regions of the world and could prevent many countries from achieving the Education for All (EFA) goals set at the World Education Forum in Dakar, 2000, by the target date of 2015. The report provides a detailed analysis of factors influencing the quality of education, including financial and material resources for schools, the number of teachers and their training, core subjects, pedagogy, language, the amount of actual learning time, facilities, and leadership. It also presents case studies from 11 countries (Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Cuba, Egypt, Finland, Republic of Korea, Senegal, South Africa, and Sri Lanka) showing how both rich and developing nations are tackling the quality issue. An Education Development Index measures the overall progress of 127 countries towards the six EFA goals for improving early childhood care and education; youth and adult learning; gender equality; universal primary education; literacy; and the overall quality of education.

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chapter 1 Understanding education quality
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chapter iI Assessing progress towards the EFA goals
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