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Education for All Global Monitoring Report 2003/4: Gender and Education for All

Leap to Equality (Education on the Move)

by Christopher Colclough

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Published by UNESCO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gender studies,
  • History,
  • Education

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages416
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12897790M
    ISBN 109231039148
    ISBN 109789231039140

    When read with Articles 28 and 29 on the right to education and the aims of education, respectively, there is a clear legal obligation to ensure equality and non-discrimination in education. To model the impact of educating girls as a solution, we calculate the per capita functional market demand according the UN Medium Variant, and, all other things being equal, apply the per capita demand to the UN High Variant. A reason for this situation is the cultural notion that the male will carry the family name while the female will marry. This is why education is a win-win for drawdown of greenhouse gas emissions. But every woman and girl who has attended school has likely encountered some form of discrimination in education at some point in her life. Article 4 sets out the conditions for the use of temporary special measures to accelerate de facto equality between men and women.

    In the perceptual field of the child, the family serves as the primary social unit, the parents, within the family structure, act as socializing agents to provide goals and values from which the child develops the patterns of behavior. It brings together technical experts from countries, partner agencies, assessment organizations, donors and civil society groups from around the world. He has co-authored or edited the following books: School Knowledge for the Masses with J. Differences also stemmed from national population estimates. According to The International Center for Research on Women, the education that a girl receives is the strongest predictor of the age she will marry and is a critical factor in reducing the prevalence of child marriage. Hear from several of our speakers in a seven-part podcast series on global learning metrics, produced by FreshEd.

    He has shepherded a new General Education Sub-Board and led the program to become widely recognized and highly regarded in international education circles for its focus on social justice and equity. Publications[ edit ] The UIS publishes statistical and analytical reports, in addition to methodological guides and international classifications. In the perceptual field of the child, the family serves as the primary social unit, the parents, within the family structure, act as socializing agents to provide goals and values from which the child develops the patterns of behavior. Seventh concern listed is the same opportunities to participate actively in sports and physical education. Girls who receive more education are less likely to marry as children and to become pregnant and young mothers. The World Bank Group report that parental fears for the safety of girls in traveling to school impact female enrolment rates in Africa, South Asia, and the Middle East.


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Education for All Global Monitoring Report 2003/4: Gender and Education for All by Christopher Colclough Download PDF Ebook

An outreach and awareness campaign to promote the importance of equal education, increase the available educational resources for females and reduce drop out rates among female students. It first states, their must be the same conditions for careers, vocational guidance, and for the achievement of diplomas in educational establishments of all categories in rural as well as in urban areas.

It is most appropriate that the supreme law of the land should meaningfully address the woman question and respond to the challenges by stimulating the whole legal system towards a greater concern for, and protection of women. His research and scholarly activities Education for All Global Monitoring Report 2003/4: Gender and Education for All book primarily on the role of culture in educational assessment and culturally responsive approaches in program evaluation.

Ultimately, it is the change in social mindset and involvement of all sections of society is required to achieve the ends. Statistical Tables for year ending - long version Metadata for literacy statistics related to Statistical Table These services take many forms — from regional training workshops to on-site technical assistance projects through the UIS network of statistical advisors in the field.

The forum took stock of the fact that many countries were far from having reached the goals established at the World Conference on Education for All in The Institute also produces a range of indicators on the gender, qualifications and working conditions of teachers around the world. Without the resources to ensure that all of these children enroll in school, this leads to increases in the number of out-of-school children.

To calculate several indicators, UIS uses estimates from the United Nations Population Division, which can differ from those published by individual countries. It tracked progress, identifies policy reforms and best practice in all areas relating to EFA, draws attention to emerging challenges and promotes international cooperation in favour of education.

Increase the access to education for children of Nomads without jeopardizing pastoralism. The Apex Court of India took special interest in discharging its legal and constitutional obligations and safeguarding the interests of women in changing situation and societal demands.

Women and girls

However, despite this, universal domestic implementation of the right to education for all women and girls is far from being achieved, which represents a major structural barrier to the realisation of gender equality in education.

For example, in Tanzania, near universal enrollment for girls at the primary level has been achieved with a retention rate of Some suggestions for gender-sensitive curriculum transactions may be given.

Each Report was developed over a 12 to month period. Financial Model No financial analysis was conducted for educating girls. It can be perpetrated by both teachers and other students.

Her research seeks to understand how some policy ideas cohere, stabilise, gain momentum, and make their way in the world.Saharan Africa since the adoption of Education for All (EFA) and Education for All Global Monitoring Report 2003/4: Gender and Education for All book Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in According to EFA Global Monitoring Report ,1 the region’s primary net enrollment ratios have increased by almost one-third, gender gaps have narrowed at the primary level, and more girls and boys are attending secondary school.

"Background paper for the Education for All global monitoring report /4: Gender and Education for All: The Leap to Equality" in The Relationship between disability, gender and education in the.

EFA Global Monitoring Report / Gender and education for all – The leap to equality data collected by the Southern and East African Consortium for Monitoring Education Quality (SACMEQ.Pdf - Pdf Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper was commissioned by the Education for All Global Monitoring Report as background information to assist in drafting the /4 report.

It has not been edited by the team. The views and opinions expressed in this paper are those of the author(s) and should not be attributed to the EFA Global Monitoring Report.Saharan Download pdf since the adoption of Education for All (EFA) and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in According to EFA Global Monitoring Report ,1 the region’s primary net enrollment ratios have increased by almost one-third, gender gaps have narrowed at the primary level, and more girls and boys are attending secondary school.Education for all by will we make ebook EFA Global Monitoring Report, Paris: UNESCO (Executive Summary and Chapter 4).

For further reading you can also consult the following publications: • Steven McIntosh. Education and employment in OECD countries. Fundamentals of educational planning No.

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88, Paris: IIEP-UNESCO.