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(EFA global monitoring report, 2013-2014) Teaching and learning: achieving quality for all
발행연도 2014
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발행처 UNESCO
면수 462
언어 English
ISBN 978-92-3-104255-3
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(출처: UNESCO)
http://unesdoc.unesco.org/ulis/cgi-bin/ulis.pl?lin=1&catno=225660

POINT

 

With the deadline for the Education for All goals less than two years away, it is clear that, despite advances over the past decade, not a single goal will be achieved globally by 2015. This year’s EFA Global Monitoring Report vividly underlines the fact that people in the most marginalized groups have continued to be denied opportunities for education over the decade. It is not too late, however, to accelerate progress in the final stages. And it is vital to put in place a robust global post-2015 education framework to tackle unfinished business while addressing new challenges. Post-2015 education goals will only be achieved if they are accompanied by clear, measurable targets with indicators tracking that no one is left behind, and if specific education financing targets for governments and aid donors are set.

 

The 2013/4 EFA Global Monitoring Report is divided into three parts. Part 1 provides an update of progress towards the six EFA goals. The second part presents clear evidence that progress in education is vital for achieving development goals after 2015. Part 3 puts the spotlight on the importance of implementing strong policies to unlock the potential of teachers so as to support them in overcoming the global learning crisis.

 

CONTENTS

 

Making teaching quality a national priority.................................................... 214
Introduction............................................... 217
Quality must be made a strategic objective in education plans.......................... 217
Getting enough teachers into classrooms.................................................... 222
Conclusion.................................................................... 229

 

A four-part strategy for providing the best teachers..................................... 230
Introduction........................................................................................... 233
Strategy 1: Attract the best teachers............................................................................. 233
Strategy 2: Improve teacher education so all children can learn......................................... 236
Strategy 3: Get teachers where they are most needed.......................................... 249
Strategy 4: Provide incentives to retain the best teachers............................................. 254
Strengthening teacher governance................................................................................ 266
Conclusion..................................................................... 275

 

Curriculum and assessment strategies that improve learning.................... 276
Introduction........................................................................................ 279
Ensuring that all children acquire foundation skills................................................................ 279
Identifying and supporting disadvantaged learners..................................................... 287
Beyond the basics: transferable skills for global citizenship........................................... 295
Conclusion...................................................................................................... 297

 

Recommendations........................................................................................... 298
Unlocking teachers’ potential to solve the learning crisis.......................................... 301
Conclusion...................................................................................................... 304

 

Annex................................................................................................................ 307
The Education for All Development Index.............................................. 308
Statistical tables ........................................................................ 311
Aid tables................................................................................................ 393
Glossary .................................................................................................... 404
Abbreviations............................................................................. 407
References......................................................................................................... 410
Index.............................................................................................. 444

 

KEYWORDS

universal education; education and development; teacher recruitment; teacher education; teacher conditions of employment; educational quality; educational finance; curriculum development; student evaluation; educational indicators; educational statistics; education for all; 보편교육; 교육과 발전; 모두를 위한 교육; EFA;

 

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