Inclusive education depends on the full and effective participation, attendance and achievement of all students, especially those who, for different reasons, are excluded or are at risk of being marginalized.
UNICEF works closely with the Ministry of Education, civil society, local authorities and families to help improve access to and quality of education, making the system more equitable and effective. By responding to the needs of low performers and profiling children who are at-risk of being left behind, we support the implementation of a mechanism for preventing school drop-outs.
By bringing together different sectors — central and local government, civil society, etc., we play a convening role in building a robust system for identifying and integrating out-of-school children through education management information system (EMIS) upgradation among other ways.
We provide qualified technical expertise in finance, quality and equitable systems of education for a more effective education system.
You can download the recommendations on the roadmap to inclusive education as per CRPD General Comment 24/4 on Inclusive Education here ->>.
Watch in the link Children testimonials on Drop-Out Prevention. Also download here->> the document of learned lessons.
Watch the spot on promoting children ‘s enrollment in schools and the procedures for enrollment in the link here->>
Download here->> the guidelines provide roadmap for safe reopening of schools.
Download here->> Reviews of Evaluation and Assessment in Education: Albania