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Education Indicators – Mechanisms to gather data from national sources.


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Education Indicators – Mechanisms to gather data from national sources. Workshop on MDG Monitoring Bangkok, THAILAND 10- 12 December 2008. Brief course description. Objective : Better understanding on international comparative data in monitoring developmental goals
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Training Indicators – Mechanisms to assemble information from national sources Workshop on MDG Monitoring Bangkok, THAILAND 10-12 December 2008

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Brief course depiction Objective : Better comprehension on global relative information in observing formative objectives Key players in creating worldwide similar information in instruction Mechanism of gathering and delivering of these information Key issues and difficulties

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Background Established in 1999 Formerly, UNESCO Division of Statistics In September 2001, the UIS moved to its new residence at University of Montreal, Quebec, CANADA 30 November 2001 - Director-General initiates the UNESCO Institute for Statistics in Montreal Director, Mr. Hendrik VAN DER POL Asia-Pacific Regional Advisor, Simon Ellis

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UIS Mission to encourage a society of proof based arrangement, both broadly and globally, through the gathering and utilization of high caliber, convenient information in training, science and innovation, society and correspondence. The gathering and support of worldwide insights which reflect changing strategy and are dependable, universally tantamount and strong, and in addition attainable to gather; the generation and usage of new measurable norms, orders, approachs, i ndicators and related documentation; the advancement of the factual and expository limits of Member States; and the arrangement of systematic administrations inside the connection of the Institute's main goal..

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Our customers and accomplices An extensive variety of information clients and gatherings of people International Organizations National Statistical Offices, Education Ministries Non-administrative associations Researchers (scholarly, business) … and numerous others UIS information are generally "redistributed," they are distributed in: World Development Indicators, World Bank Human Development Report, UNDP State of the World's Children, UNICEF Global Education Database, USAID … and numerous others

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How are worldwide information reported? World Development Indicators UIS Global Education Digest UIS DATA UIS/WEI Education Counts State of the World's Children Human Development Report EFA Global Monitoring Report http://stats.uis.unesco.org/unesco/TableViewer/document.aspx?ReportId=143&IF_Language=eng

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Monitoring the Developmental Goals at the worldwide level

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MDG Goals (Education)

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Indicator 2.1: Adjusted Net enrolment proportion in essential instruction Classical meaning of NER in essential training: Number of students in the hypothetical age bunch for an essential level of training selected in that level communicated as a rate of the aggregate populace in that gathering. Balanced essential NER: number of offspring of essential (ISCED 1) age selected either in essential (ISCED 1) or lower optional (ISCED 2) communicated as % of elementary school-age populace.

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What are the information sources to deliver NER Source: Enrolment information – National power (Ministry of Education and National Statistic Office) through UIS Data accumulation http://www.uis.unesco.org/ev.php?URL_ID=5750&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTION=201 Population information – United Nations Population Division

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Adjusted Primary School NER for Central Asian Countries 2007

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Indicator 2.3: Literacy rate of 15–24 year-olds Literacy rate of 15–24 year-olds, or the adolescent proficiency rate, is the rate of the populace ages 15–24 years of age who can both read and compose with comprehension a short straightforward articulation on regular life . Source: Literacy information – populace censuses, family unit studies and proficiency overviews through UIS Literacy Questionnaires http://www.uis.unesco.org/ev_en.php?ID=6862_201&ID2=DO_TOPIC Population information – United Nations Population Division

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Youth education rate in Central Asia 2007

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Calendar of information spread for UIS Education information Example: School reference year: finishing in 2006 Group A Group B Data gathering and discharge Questionnaires were sent to nations Deadline for giving back the Questionnaires March Final dispersal for GED, EFA, UIS Data Center and offices Update UIS Data Center First arrangement of preparatory information to nations and offices (not for distribution) November October April December

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Issues on gathering, utilizing the globally near information Comparability (Definitional issue) Use of populace information Level of disaggregation Availability of insights Multiple sources

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Issues on gathering, utilizing the universally relative information Comparability (Definitional issue) National definition versus Global definition Theoretical definition versus Operational definition Different theoretical definitions

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Issues on gathering, utilizing the universally near information Use of populace information National evaluations versus UN gauges Different sources at the national level Different sources at the territorial and worldwide levels

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Issues on gathering, utilizing the universally relative information Level of disaggregation Availability of information by disaggregating Geographical separate Other social-monetary separate

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Issues on gathering, utilizing the globally near information Availability of measurements Which pointers are accessible at the which level Regional normal Global figures Estimating approach (Treating missing qualities)

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Issues on gathering, utilizing the globally similar information Multiple sources Different sources at the national level Different sources at the local and worldwide levels Population Education Indicators Surveys versus EMIS

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Additional pointers? UNESCO Education for All Goals Agreed by all nations in 2000 To be accomplished by 2015 (like MDGs) MDG Education objectives = EFA objectives 2 and 5 Pre-essential to post-optional instruction, non-formal, sexual orientation, training quality Over 900 instruction pointers out in the open UIS database!! – www,uis,unesco.org http://stats.uis.unesco.org/unesco/TableViewer/document.aspx?ReportId=143&IF_Language=eng What are national and local needs?

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Gross Enrolment Rate in Pre-Primary Education NOTE: Kazakhstan 2008 information

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% of essential educators qualified to national benchmarks 2007

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Gross Enrolment in Secondary Education 2007