Long path to achieving education for all: school access, retention, and learning in 20 Countries

The last decades have seen an impressive growth in school participation in developing
countries. As countries have made remarkable progress towards universal primary school
completion, the focus in the development community has shifted to reaching the most
disadvantaged populations, and improving the quality of education. Is school access truly
universal? And now that most children are in school, do we know whether they are actually
learning?

author
Chaluda, Ania
language
ENG
Institutions
Education Policy and Data Center (USA)
date
2013
regions
Europe
Africa
Americas and the Caribbean
Asia and the Pacific
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themes
Educational equality
Educational measurement
Educational evaluation
Pays
Kenya
Colombia
Indonesia
Uganda
Tanzania UR
Togo
Lesotho
Mozambique
Azerbaijan
Côte d'Ivoire
Burundi
Zambia
Swaziland
Burkina Faso
Malawi
Zimbabwe
Trinidad and Tobago
Namibia
Peru
Dominican Republic
levels
Primary education

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