The scenario After f ive decades of development education still remains elusive, with 59 million children between 6- 14 still out of school (of which 35 million are estimated to be girls. EDUCATION OF GIRLS Drop out rate is high Out of every 10 girls who enter school only 6 Reach class five
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After five decades of development education still remains elusive, with 59 million children between 6- 14 still out of school (of which 35 million are estimated to be girls.
Drop out rate is high
Out of every 10 girls who enter school only 6
Reach class five
A third of the girls who enter class 1 drop out
After class 2
Very little coordination between these departments
The NPA- EFA India draws the following national goals corresponding to the six Dakar goals
Source: Education for All- National Plan of Action India, Department of Elementary Education and Literacy, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, New Delhi
Challenges that need to be addressed
Its package of services include supplementary nutrition, immunisation, health check-up, referral services, non formal pre-school education and community participation for children below six years and to pregnant and nursing mothers.
85 percent population have an upper primary school within three km.
176,523 habitations did not have access to primary schooling
TO DEAL WITH TEACHER ABSENTEEISM AND TEACHER SHORTAGE
MAIN BENEFIT: COST SAVING
-Congested, poky rooms
-Untrained, poorly qualified teachers
-Excessive reliance on rote learning
-No use of teaching aids
expenditure 302 644
Source: PROBE Team (1999, parents estimates).
The Probe Team, CYSD – social watch,
Pratham, SACCS, BGVS, NAFRE, CACL
To name just a few………….
Strengthening Community participation
Collaboration with state government
Issues of quality, access, retention
Reaching the unreached-issues around disparity
Bringing various stakeholders tog. on the issue of education
Policy advocacy two pronged strategy
-policy advocacy at the centre/state level
-Model building as a tool for policy advocacyGaps identified CEF Way forward
a)Strengthening civil society participation
-Communitization of education
-Setting up of the working group for the WSF4
b)education for democracy
c) Media advocacy and networking
-critiquing Manual for planning and implementation of Inclusive education
-Concept note schools s night shelters for street children
- setting up of a working group to advocate for child rights
Model building for policy advocacy /influencing
Inclusive quality education for the left out children
-education for the children without adult care and protection
-education for the differently abled children
-education for tribal and SC/ST
Action Aid and CEF
One of the three agencies