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Education for All - Global Monitoring Report 2008

6th edition of the Education for all Global Monitoring Report launched by UNESCO

UNESCO launched its mid-term assessment of where the world stands on its commitment to provide basic education for all children, youth and adults by 2015: The number of children starting primary school has increased sharply since 2000, there are more girls in school than ever before and spending on education and aid has risen. That’s the good news, according to the sixth edition of the Education for All Global Monitoring Report, released by UNESCO. But on the down side, poor quality, the high cost of schooling and persisting high levels of adult illiteracy are undermining the chances of achieving education for all by 2015.

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