The right to learn: community participation in improving learning

Author(s): Kenny, Kate; Talbot-Zorn, Meredy; Lei, Philippa; Paxton, Will; Henck, Adrienne

Organisation(s): Save the Children (USA)

Date: 2013

Pages: 42 p.

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In response to progress toward and challenges that remain in achieving the 2015 Millenium Development Goals (MDGs), "The Right to Learn" calls for a paradigm shift in global education policy. The report highlights the importance of parental and community participation in improving primary education. It also discusses the need for communities to strengthen accountability relationships between citizens and service providers, such as national governments, in order to better learning outcomes and redress current inequalities in education.

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