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We are pleased to announce the launch date of the 2015 EFA Global Monitoring Report - 9 April 2015

The 2015 Report, Education for All 2000-2015: Achievements and Challenges, will take stock of progress in education made since the World Education Forum in Dakar 15 years ago. It will also highlight remaining gaps and make use of monitoring insights to critically examine proposed education targets in the new global sustainable development agenda.

Analysing each EFA goal in turn, the 2015 Report will highlight policies and practices that have helped or even hindered progress. More generally, the Report will examine the contribution of the EFA movement and international aid flows to achieving the six goals. Its robust and independent analysis will help global, regional and national leaders define and monitor future education goals and targets.

Our series of launch events will kick off in New Delhi, Paris, and New York on 9 April. We’ll be joined by government leaders, campaigners, academics and celebrities. We’d love you to join us too, either in person or online, and to share your views on global education at this critical juncture of policy debates.

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New Chairperson

We are pleased to announce UNESCO’s Director General has appointed a new Chairperson for the GMR Advisory Board. Professor Jeffrey Sachs has accepted to chair the Advisory Board during our crucial transition period of 2015-2016.

View all Advisory Board Members

Equity Blog Series

Check out the new blogs added to our series on equity that launched in December. The series looks at the framing and measurement of inequalities in the post-2015 education targets and includes guest posts from leading experts and academics.

Visit the World Education Blog

Opinions wanted!

We are already planning the next Education Report, due out in 2016, and we want your views on the theme of Education, sustainability and the post-2015 development agenda. Join the consultation and tell us what you think about the draft concept.

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