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Launch of the 2023 Survey of Formal Education for SDG4 Data
The UIS has launched its 2023 Survey of Formal Education for the reference year ending in 2022 to ensure the timely collection of data needed to monitor progress towards the SDG4 goals. The...
Education data release for SDG 4 and other relevant policy indicators
New data now available in the SDG 4 database contains information on over 200 countries, including: disaggregated data on the proportion of children and young people achieving at least a minimum...
Launch of the 2022 Survey of Research and Experimental Development Statistics for SDG 9.5
The UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) has just launched its 2022 Survey of Research and Development (R&D) Statistics for the reference year 2021 to ensure the timely collection of data for...
Launch of the 2022 UIS Survey on expenditure on cultural and natural heritage (SDG 11.4.1)
The UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) launched the third annual Survey on expenditure on cultural and natural heritage on 22 August 2022 for SDG Indicator 11.4.1. This year, survey...
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To mitigate the impact of COVID-19 schools need adequate facilities
By Alasdair Mc William, Head of Unit, Household Surveys and Equity, UNESCO Institute for Statistics Education systems have been severely disrupted by the global coronavirus pandemic. Each country on...
Visualizing Education Systems Around the World
Silvia Montoya, Director, UNESCO Institute for Statistics and Manos Antoninis, Director, Global Education Monitoring Report The International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) was...
Disruptions to Schooling and the Need for Recovery
Silvia Montoya, Director UNESCO Institute for Statistics and Martin Gustafssson, Research on Socio-Economic Policy (ReSEP), University of Stellenbosch The 2020 learning losses equal the gains made...
shows we could triple participation rates in pre-primary education if governments doubled their spending from 0.25 to just 0.50 of GDP.
shows an acute lack of data on our education targets. Half of countries have no data on learning or the percentage of trained teachers in primary schools.
benchmarking process helps countries: 1️⃣ Identify progress towards targets for 2025 & 2030 2️⃣ Draw lessons from their distinct trajectories 3️⃣ Assess how targets relate to policies 🔗