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   School inclusion of children with disabilities. Sociological study

   The study was conducted by UNICEF Moldova in 2012 in partnership with the Institute for development and Social Initiatives (IDIS) „Viitorul”. The report presents the attitudes of pupils, parents and teachers towards school inclusion of children with disabilities.



  The Evaluation Report of the “Child Friendly School Initiative in the Republic of Moldova” (2007-2011) was elaborated as per Ministry of  Education and UNICEF suggestion by an independent consultant from Romania and The Resource Centre for Human Rights – CReDO NGO form Moldova. Data was collected in November 2011. The report presents the findings of the evaluation and gives recommendations for further extending the initiative at the national level.



Education in the Republic of Moldova

  The publication contains main statistical indicators that characterize the educational system of the country during the period 2002-2011. Data are presented by educational levels: pre-primary, primary, day school, secondary vocational, secondary specialized, higher, doctoral and postdoctoral.

   International statistics and methodological notes are given in the publication.

  English / Româna


Equitable Access to quality education: Mid-Term Review of the Country Programme UNICEF- Government of Moldova (2007-2012)

   The Report presents an evaluation of the progress and challenges faced by the education sector in Moldova in ensuring universal access to quality education. The assessed aspects of the education system were identified in accordance with the main directions of the 2007-2012 Program of Cooperation between the Moldovan Government and UNICEF. It was produced in 2009.

  English | Româna



Baseline Study on Basic Education from the Perspective of Child Friendly School

  The baseline study was conducted by a team of experts from the Ministry of Education and reflects the state of basic education in Moldova and what are its strengths and weaknesses; to what extent do Moldova schools meet the requirements set out for child-friendly schools; what else must be done, both at central and local levels, for the schools to become friendly to all the children in Moldova

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