This consultation is closed as from 25th January 2013. Thank you everyone for your contributions.
Please check our website, for further developments related to the Global Monitoring Report 2013.
We would like to thank everybody for their contributions to the consultation over the past month. As we see some are still keen to contribute, we are extending the consultation period until 25th January. We look forward to hearing from you!
Below is a summary of some key issues raised so far during the consultation – these are by no means exhaustive, so please do take a look at the rich contributions.
Stocktaking progress, the place of education in the post-2015 agenda and linkages between education and broader development outcomes.
Teaching and learning
We value further contributions to these debates, and other issues outlined in our concept note. We particularly welcome contributions in the following areas:
Teaching and Learning for Development: Share your views on the 2013 EFA Global Monitoring Report [If you are not comfortable writing in English, you can post in any other UN language (русский, 中文, français, العربية, Español) and we'll translate it for you]
The 2013 Education for All Global Monitoring Report will show why education is pivotal for development in a rapidly changing world. It will explain how investing wisely in teachers, and other reforms aimed at strengthening equitable learning, transform the long-term prospects of people and societies.
We are keen to hear your views on the topic, and so are running an on-line consultation for four weeks beginning on November 26. The GMR team is particularly keen to hear your thoughts on the focus and potential messages of the Report in the three areas noted below, and possible data analysis and case studies that could provide good examples on issues to be addressed. The views of researchers, teachers, governments, non-governmental organizations, aid donors, and anyone with an interest in education and development are extremely welcome. The team would also appreciate advice on data and research which can help inform the Report.
Please post your contributions as comments to this blog, providing web links to research reports, policy papers, evaluations, and other documents or datasets which you think would be useful for the GMR team.
If you would rather email your comments, or have attachments of documents or data that you would like to share with the GMR team, please send them directly to email@example.com with #teachandlearn as a subject heading.
As this note (also available in French and Spanish) outlines, through a review of existing research and innovative data analysis, the 2013 Report will provide evidence-based policy recommendations in three inter-connected parts:
Thank you for your time and interest in our Report – we look forward to hearing from you!
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