Education for all In partnership with 1 The

Education for all In partnership with 1  The

Education for all In partnership with 1

The facts In 2015, 58 million children were not enrolled in primary school. What makes a good education?

Think and decide. Case study: Adama

Case study: Hawanatu Case study: Gbessay Case study: Fatmata

MDG2 becomes SDG4 MDG2 Ensure that, by 2015, children everywhere, boys and girls alike, will be able to complete a full course of primary

schooling. SDG4 Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.

What are the similarities and the differences? Discuss: What are the similarities and the differences between the goals?

Which of the goals most closely matches your ideas about a good education? What are the 2030 education targets? all girls and boys finish free quality primary and secondary

education quality pre-school education available for all girls and boys affordable and quality technical, vocational and university education available for all women and men more youth and adults have good employment skills

equal access to all levels of education, e.g. for women and people with disabilities all youth and many adults have good literacy and numeracy all learn about sustainable development and global citizenship

good education facilities for all expand scholarships for people in developing countries increase the number of qualified teachers. Thank you!

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