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The big push to 2015 and beyond

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  1. The big push to 2015 and beyond Pauline Rose Director 2013/4 EFA Global Monitoring Report Global Education Meeting, Oman Ministerial/Leaders’ Meeting 13 May 2014

  2. Big push to 2015 and beyond • By 2015, many countries will still not have reached Education for All goals. • Global education goals after 2015 must track progress of the marginalized. • Post-2015 goals must include specific targets to finance education. • There is a global learning crisis that is hitting the disadvantaged hardest. • Good quality education can only be achieved with good quality teachers.

  3. Progress in reducing out of school numbers has slowed 120 Out-of-school children 107 100 Out-of-schooladolescents 101 81 80 73 Millions 69 57 60 40 31 South and West Asia 40 20 22 Sub-SaharanAfrica 22 0 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 Source: UIS database.

  4. By 2015, many countries will still not have reached the EFA goals

  5. Wide inequalities in education likely to remain by 2015 Poor rural girls in low income countries only spend 3 years in school

  6. On current trends, a long way to go to achieve primary completion

  7. 250 million children are failing to learn the basics

  8. 17 million more children learning the basics in sub-Saharan Africa

  9. Poor quality education leaves a legacy of illiteracy One-quarter of those aged 15 to 24 in poor countries are unable to read a single sentence.

  10. www.efareport.unesco.org Blog: efareport.wordpress.com #teachlearn / @efareport