A look at participation in education using cohort analysis

No matter how effective the quality improvement measures are, as long as they do not benefit all children who should be at school, they have a limited impact.

Highlights

 

Quality education policies have been a constant over the last decade, programs promoted at national or county level including, inter alia, the development of a new curriculum, the promotion of internal quality assurance measures in all pre-university education facilities, investments in school/ educational infrastructure or the implementation of continuous training programs.

Unfortunately, these interventions have been inadequately correlated, relying in a small extent on each other. Moreover, interventions in the area of ​​quality still have a poor link with those supporting participation in education, which has generated serious challenges to equity. No matter how effective the quality improvement measures are, as long as they do not benefit all children who should be at school, they have a limited impact.

A look at participation in education using cohort analysis

Author

Irina Horga, Mihaela Jigău, Otilia Apostu, Ciprian Fartuşnic

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Languages

Romanian

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