The World Bank and UNICEF are launching the Simulations for Equity in Education (SEE) project to identify cost-effective strategies for reaching children who are excluded from or underserved by education systems.
SEE is intended to help countries develop cost-effective, pro-equity education strategies, and to serve as a global tool for developing evidence-based documentation of and advocacy for such strategies.
Cornerstones of this effort are the Simulations for Equity in Education model and a database on the effectiveness of education interventions around the world.
As the 2015 target date for achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) approaches, there are increasing debates on what a post-2015 agenda and framework should look like. The Global Consultation on Education aims to bring together youth, civil society, NGOs, academia, Governments and private sector to contribute their experiences and ideas on how to achieve better, wider and more equitable access to quality learning for all around the globe. The E-consultation will provide an opportunity for a wide range of stakeholders to review progress on the Education for All goals and the MDGs and discuss the options to ensure that the issues around education are effectively addressed and are in a central place in post-2015 development framework.
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Child-friendly schools (CFS) operate in the best interest of the child and give children opportunity to develop all their talents.
Back on Track is designed to support and furtherwork on education in emergencies and post-crisis transition countries.
The ‘Getting Ready for School: A child-to-child approach’ is an innovative and cost‐effective approach to early education.
School fee abolition is a key strategy to increase children’s access to education.