Share your views to help develop the forthcoming 2016 Education Report
Please note the consultation is now closed as of 16 February 2015. Thank you to everyone who contributed. Please check our website, for further developments related to the Global Monitoring Report 2016.
The Education for All (EFA) Global Monitoring Report (GMR) is an authoritative, analytical, evidence-based report, which has monitored progress on an almost annual basis towards the EFA goals, and the two education-related Millennium Development Goals since 2002. A final report on EFA achievements and remaining challenges is soon to be completed and will be launched in April 2015.
Starting in 2016, a new series of reports will monitor the state of education in the new framework of the anticipated Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The first report in the series, the 2016 Report, will be ‘Education, sustainability and the post-2015 development agenda’, as decided with the strong support of the GMR Advisory Board. The 2016 report will focus on the complex interrelationships and links between education and key development sectors, and determine which education strategies, policies and programmes are most effectively linked to the economic, social, environmental and political priorities of the new sustainable development agenda. The report will also establish a new monitoring framework for education, and examine key financing and governance challenges for the post-2015 era.
We are keen to hear your views on the chosen theme. Your help will contribute to our thinking on education’s role in sustainable development, and to the shape and content of the report. We particularly welcome experts from non-education sectors to be part of this public consultation, as well as researchers, sector experts, practitioners, teachers, governments, non-governmental organizations, aid donors, and anyone with an interest in education and development to share your views.
Please read the concept note and contribute to this online consultation before 15 February.
Post your contributions as comments (below) to this blog, providing web links to research reports, policy papers, evaluations, and other documents or datasets that you think would be useful for the Report team.
If you would rather email your comments, or have attachments of documents or data that you would like to share with the Report team, please send them directly to email@example.com with ‘2016 Report Consultation’ as a subject heading.