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Lessons from EFA goals for setting and monitoring goals post-2015. Pauline Rose Global Education Meeting Oman, 12 May 2014. Differentiating goals, targets and indicators. Source: High Level Panel on Post-2015. Key messages. EFA goals had equity as focus, but no indicators for measurement

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Lessons from efa goals for setting and monitoring goals post 2015

Lessons from EFA goals for setting and monitoring goals post-2015

Pauline Rose

Global Education Meeting

Oman, 12 May 2014


Differentiating goals, targets and indicators post-2015

Source: High Level Panel on Post-2015


Key messages post-2015

  • EFA goals had equity as focus, but no indicators for measurement

  • Failure to track progress of disadvantaged groups is a key reason for unfinished business

  • It ispossible to track by disadvantage post-2015





Tracking progress by disadvantaged group: primary school completion

Primary school completion rate, low income countries – DHS/MICS data

Progress needed for post-2015 goal

Business as usual

100

2084

Rich urban boys

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

Poor rural girls

Primary school completers (%)

20

10

0

2005

2010

2105

2015

2020

2040

2050

2025

2030

2060

2080

2035

2055

2075

2110

2000

2045

2100

2070

2065

2085

2090

2095


Achieving universal primary school completion in low income countries by 2030

100

90

Rich urban boys

Progress needed for post-2015 goal

80

70

60

50

Business as usual

50%

40

30

Poor rural girls

20

Primary school completers (%)

10

0

2000

2005

2010

2015

2020

2025

2030


Achieving 9 years in school in low income countries by 2030 countries by 2030

Progress needed to achieve9 years in school by 2030

12

11

10

Rich urbanboys

Business as usual

2110

9

8

7

6

5

4

Years of education

3

2

Poor rural girls

1

0

2000

2005

2010

2015

2020

2025

2040

2050

2095

2100

2075

2090

2030

2035

2045

2055

2060

2070

2085

2105

2065

2080

2110


Achieving learning for all by 2030 countries by 2030

Selected countries in southern and eastern Africa

Progress needed for post-2015 goal

100

All children assessed

80

All children assessed

60

Business as usual

All school age children

50%

40

20

Learned the basics in reading (%)

All school age children

0

2000

2007

2015

2020

2025

2030

2000

2007

2015

2020

2025

2030

Poor rural girls

Rich urban boys


Achieving learning for all countries by 2030for poor rural girls by 2030

Progress needed for post-2015 goal

Progress needed for post-2015 goal

100

80

Business as usual

72%

60

40

20

Business as usual

Learned the basics in reading (%)

22%

0

2000

2007

2015

2020

2025

2030

2000

2007

2015

2020

2025

2030

Malawi

U. R. Tanzania


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