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Teaching and learning: Achieving quality for all. Lessons from the Education for All Global Monitoring Report

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The 2013/4 Education for All Global Monitoring Report shows that a lack of attention to education quality and a failure to reach the marginalized have contributed to a learning crisis that needs urgent attention. Worldwide, 250 million children – many of them from disadvantaged backgrounds – are not learning the basics. Teaching and learning: Achieving quality for all describes how policy-makers can support and sustain a quality education system for all children, regardless of background, by providing the best teachers. The Report also documents global progress in achieving Education for All goals and provides lessons for setting a new education agenda post-2015. In addition, the Report identifies that insufficient financing is hindering advances in education.

Pauline Rose, who has recently joined the the University of Cambridge as Professor of International Education, was previously director of the Education for All Global Monitoring Report. The annual Report is an authoritative reference that aims to inform, influence and sustain genuine commitment towards Education for All and the education-related Millennium Development Goals. It is developed by an independent team and published by UNESCO .

The seminar will outline the purposes of the Education for All Global Monitoring Report and present its main findings, which will be followed by a discussion.

This talk is part of the Centre for Commonwealth Education (CCE) series.

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