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Twitter

  • The @GEMReport has launched a new #EducationProgress #dataviz tool marking International #EducationDay, which explores progress made towards #SDG4. Special efforts are needed to ensure all children and young people can benefit equally from education’s transformative power. www.education-progress.org
  • Explore the @GEMReport's new interactive #dataviz tool, #EducationProgress, bringing together multiple data sources to explore progress by each country towards #SDG4 and policy priorities for 2030 in 5 key themes. #EducationDay www.education-progress.org
  • Around one in sixty children globally, most of them in low-income countries, will never go to school. Use the @GEMReport #dataviz tool, #EducationProgress, to track progress being made on Access, Equity, Learning, Quality & Finance in your country. #EducationDay www.education-progress.org [video]

Access

  • For all young people to complete secondary school by 2030 all children of school starting age should have begun school in 2018. Use this #dataviz tool, #EducationProgress to see when children enrol, at what age & whether or not they graduate. #EducationDay https://www.education-progress.org/en/articles/access/ [video]

Equity

  • The focus on Equity ensures that policy makers prioritise helping the furthest behind first. Use this new #dataviz tool, #EducationProgress, to see how progress towards gender parity varies around the world. #EducationDay https://www.education-progress.org/en/articles/equity/ [video]

Learning

  • Globally, of those who completed primary education, one in two did not have basic reading skills. Use this new #dataviz tool, #EducationProgress, to see how proficiency level in reading varies around the world. #EducationDay https://www.education-progress.org/en/articles/learning/ [video]

Quality

  • Teachers are the cornerstone of quality in education. See in a new #dataviz how the push to achieve universal primary education after 2000 saw classroom sizes dramatically increase as teacher recruitment did not keep pace. #EducationProgress #EducationDay https://www.education-progress.org/en/articles/quality/ [video]

Finance

  • Find out which donors are giving to which countries, and whether they're prioritising basic education or not in this new interactive #dataviz tool, #EducationProgress. #EducationDay https://www.education-progress.org/en/articles/finance/ [video]

Facebook

  • The @GEM Report UNESCO has launched the Education Progress dataviz tool marking International #EducationDay to explore progress made towards #SDG4. Special efforts are needed to ensure all children and young people can benefit equally from education’s transformative power. www.education-progress.org
  • Around one in sixty children, most of them in low-income countries, will never go to school. Girls are still more likely than boys to never go to school, as discrimination against them means that they are expected to carry out childcare and other household responsibilities. Take a look at our new Education Progress dataviz tool to track the progress being made on Access, Equity, Learning, Quality and Finance in your country. www.education-progress.org [video]

Access

  • The world failed on its promise for all children to go to primary school by 2015. The new education goal, SDG4, has set the level of ambition a step higher, calling for all young people to complete secondary school by the 2030 deadline. To achieve this, all children of school starting age should have begun school in 2018, but in reality, only 70% did so in low-income countries. Around one in sixty children, most of them in low-income countries, will never go to school. Girls are still more likely than boys to never go to school, as discrimination against them means that they are expected to carry out childcare and other household responsibilities. Use our dataviz tool, Education Progress to see when children enrol, at what age & whether or not they graduate. https://www.education-progress.org/en/articles/access/ [video]

Equity

  • To be able to monitor whether education gaps are being closed, we need data that is broken down by income, gender, age, race, ethnicity, migration status, disability, geographic location, and other characteristics relevant to national contexts. The desire to leave no one behind cuts across the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and is explicit in the fifth target in the education goal, SDG 4. This focus ensures that policy makers prioritise helping the furthest behind first. Use our new dataviz tool, Education Progress, to see how progress towards gender parity varies around the world. https://www.education-progress.org/en/articles/equity/ [video]

Learning

  • Many children in some of the world’s poorest countries lack basic reading and mathematics skills. Getting children into school is not enough. Without taking away from the many other worthwhile purposes that schools do and must pursue, students need to be able to read and carry out basic mathematics. These are the foundation for other learning, for individual empowerment and wellbeing, as well as for social, political and economic outcomes. Use our new dataviz tool, Education Progress, to see how proficiency level in reading varies around the world. https://www.education-progress.org/en/articles/learning/ [video]

Quality

  • Teachers are the cornerstone of quality in education. See in a new dataviz tool, Education Progress, how the push to achieve universal primary education after 2000 saw classroom sizes dramatically increase as teacher recruitment did not keep pace. https://www.education-progress.org/en/articles/quality/ [video]

Finance

  • In order to reach the 2030 target of universal secondary completion, low- and lower-middle-income countries would need to increase the amount they spend each year from US$149 billion in 2012 to US$340 billion in 2030. Find out which donors are giving to which countries, and whether they're prioritising basic education or not in our new interactive dataviz tool, Education Progress. https://www.education-progress.org/en/articles/finance/ [video]

Instagram

Access

  • The world failed on its promise for all children to go to primary school by 2015. The new education goal, SDG4, has set the level of ambition a step higher, calling for all young people to complete secondary school by the 2030 deadline. To achieve this, all children of school starting age should have begun school in 2018, but in reality, only 70% did so in low-income countries. Around one in sixty children, most of them in low-income countries, will never go to school. Girls are still more likely than boys to never go to school, as discrimination against them means that they are expected to carry out childcare and other household responsibilities. Use our dataviz tool, Education Progress to see when children enrol, at what age & whether or not they graduate. #EducationProgress #EducationDay #DecadeOfAction #SDG4 #SDGs #Education2030 [Video]

Equity

  • To be able to monitor whether education gaps are being closed, we need data that is broken down by income, gender, age, race, ethnicity, migration status, disability, geographic location, and other characteristics relevant to national contexts. The desire to leave no one behind cuts across the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and is explicit in the fifth target in the education goal, SDG 4. This focus ensures that policy makers prioritise helping the furthest behind first.#EducationProgress #EducationDay #DecadeOfAction #SDG4 #SDGs #Education2030 [video]

Learning

  • Many children in some of the world’s poorest countries lack basic reading and mathematics skills. Getting children into school is not enough. Without taking away from the many other worthwhile purposes that schools do and must pursue, students need to be able to read and carry out basic mathematics. These are the foundation for other learning, for individual empowerment and wellbeing, as well as for social, political and economic outcomes. #EducationProgress #EducationDay #DecadeOfAction #SDG4 #SDGs #Education2030 [video]

Quality

  • Teachers are the cornerstone of quality in education. However, after 2000, in the push to achieve universal primary education, many more students entered the classroom and the recruitment of teachers did not keep pace. There are over-crowded classrooms as a result, and the quality of education is suffering. #EducationProgress #EducationDay #DecadeOfAction #SDG4 #SDGs #Education2030 [video]

Finance

  • In order to reach the 2030 target of universal secondary completion, low- and lower-middle-income countries would need to increase the amount they spend each year from US$149 billion in 2012 to US$340 billion in 2030. #EducationProgress #EducationDay #DecadeOfAction #SDG4 #SDGs #Education2030 [video]

LinkedIn

  • Around one in sixty children, most of them in low-income countries, will never go to school. Girls are still more likely than boys to never go to school, as discrimination against them means that they are expected to carry out childcare and other household responsibilities. Take a look at the new GEM Report Education Progress tool to track the progress being made on Access, Equity, Learning, Quality and Finance in your country. #EducationProgress #EducationDay #DecadeOfAction #SDG4 #SDGs #Education2030 #dataviz www.education-progress.org

Access

  • The world failed on its promise for all children to go to primary school by 2015. The new education goal, SDG 4, has set the level of ambition a step higher, calling for all young people to complete secondary school by the 2030 deadline. To achieve this, all children of school starting age should have begun school in 2018, but in reality, only 70% did so in low-income countries for instance. Around one in sixty children, most of them in low-income countries, will never go to school. Girls are still more likely than boys to never go to school, as discrimination against them means that they are expected to carry out childcare and other household responsibilities.#EducationProgress #EducationDay #DecadeOfAction #SDG4 #SDGs #Education2030 https://www.education-progress.org/en/articles/access/

Equity

  • To be able to monitor whether education gaps are being closed, we need data that is broken down by income, gender, age, race, ethnicity, migration status, disability, geographic location, and other characteristics relevant to national contexts. The desire to leave no one behind cuts across the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and is explicit in the fifth target in the education goal, SDG 4. This focus ensures that policy makers prioritise helping the furthest behind first. #EducationProgress #EducationDay #DecadeOfAction #SDG4 #SDGs #Education2030 https://www.education-progress.org/en/articles/equity/

Learning

  • Many children in some of the world’s poorest countries lack basic reading and mathematics skills. Getting children into school is not enough. Without taking away from the many other worthwhile purposes that schools do and must pursue, students need to be able to read and carry out basic mathematics. These are the foundation for other learning, for individual empowerment and wellbeing, as well as for social, political and economic outcomes. #EducationProgress #EducationDay #DecadeOfAction #SDG4 #SDGs #Education2030 https://www.education-progress.org/en/articles/learning/

Quality

  • Teachers are the cornerstone of quality in education. However, after 2000, in the push to achieve universal primary education, many more students entered the classroom and the recruitment of teachers did not keep pace. There are over-crowded classrooms as a result, and the quality of education is suffering. #EducationProgress #EducationDay #DecadeOfAction #SDG4 #SDGs #Education2030 https://www.education-progress.org/en/articles/quality/

Finance

  • In order to reach the 2030 target of universal secondary completion, low- and lower-middle-income countries would need to increase the amount they spend each year from US$149 billion in 2012 to US$340 billion in 2030. #EducationProgress #EducationDay #DecadeOfAction #SDG4 #SDGs #Education2030 https://www.education-progress.org/en/articles/finance/