Author Archives: Pauline Rose

Post-Muscat: On track for equity, finance and measurability in the post-2015 education goals?

Pauline Rose, professor of international education at the University of Cambridge and former director of the EFA Global Monitoring Report, reflects on progress and potential stumbling blocks towards finalizing agreement on a post-2015 education framework. It was a great pleasure … Continue reading

Posted in Equality, Equity, Marginalization, Millennium Development Goals, Out-of-school children, Post-2015 development framework | 5 Comments

Over the last decade, 17 million more children are learning in sub-Saharan Africa

Pauline Rose, Director, 2013/4 EFA Global Monitoring Report; Professor of International Education, University of Cambridge New research revealed at the UK launch event of the EFA Global Monitoring Report 2013/4 shows that there has been a 45% increase in the … Continue reading

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Farewell, thank you and hopes for the future from the EFA GMR Director

The scale of the global learning crisis, the need to support teachers to address this, and the importance of putting equality at the heart of post-2015 education goals – vital messages from the 2013/4 Education for All Monitoring Report – … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, Asia, Developing countries, Equality, Equity, Out-of-school children, Post-2015 development framework | 3 Comments

Let’s make sure our education pledges reach every corner of the world

What does equity in education mean? How is it related to equality? And how can we work towards both? As delegates from around the world focus this week on the place of equity in post-2015 development goals, we look at … Continue reading

Posted in Basic education, Equity, Gender, Learning, Post-2015 development framework, Rural areas | 5 Comments

Have we kept our 2013 education promises? Top 10 blogs say yes!

My blog at the beginning of 2013 set out three areas in which we hoped the education community would make progress towards post-2015 goals this year: devising an overarching education goal as part of a broader post-2015 framework; identifying approaches … Continue reading

Posted in Aid, Basic education, Conflict, Developing countries, Donors, Equality, Equity, Learning, Millennium Development Goals, Post-2015 development framework, Quality of education, Teachers | 7 Comments

Donors must renew their commitment to supporting education goals after 2015

Aid has played a key role in supporting the Education for All goals. But now that support is in danger of being undermined as donors distribute aid through non-government channels, fail to coordinate their efforts sufficiently, or turn away from … Continue reading

Posted in Aid, Basic education, Developed countries, Developing countries, Donors, Finance, Millennium Development Goals, Post-2015 development framework | 4 Comments

Holding business to account for learning outcomes – what are the risks?

With quality of education becoming recognized as a vital component of post-2015 development goals, measuring how much children are learning is high on the global agenda. The Learning Metrics Task Force recently brought together education experts to discuss how to … Continue reading

Posted in Basic education, Donors, Equity, Ethnicity, Finance, Innovative financing, Language, Learning, Out-of-school children, Post-2015 development framework, Quality of education | 16 Comments

Why we need a global education framework after 2015

By Pauline Rose, director of the Education for All Global Monitoring Report With the 2015 deadline for the Education for All goals fast approaching, international attention is focusing on what will succeed them. It is crucial that a clear, overarching … Continue reading

Posted in Adult education, Developing countries, Equality, Literacy, Millennium Development Goals, Post-2015 development framework, Quality of education, Skills | 11 Comments

World Teachers’ Day shines spotlight on global teacher shortage

By Albert Motivans, head of education indicators and data analysis, UNESCO Institute of Statistics, and Pauline Rose, director of the Education for All Global Monitoring Report This year’s World Teachers’ Day, on October 5, focuses on one of the most … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, Basic education, Developing countries, Employment, Health, Out-of-school children, Post-2015 development framework, Quality of education, Teachers, Training | 8 Comments

Multilateral agencies should renew their commitment to basic education

The international community, and multilateral agencies in particular, have vast potential to mobilize financial resources to help fill the $26 billion annual funding gap for education, according to a new paper. Here Pauline Rose, director of the EFA Global Monitoring Report, and … Continue reading

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