ポスト2015の開発課題の教育のゴール、ターゲット、指標についての提案 教育協力NGOネットワーク（JNNE） 2014年3月 Goal: Ensure inclusive, equitable, free quality education and lifelong learning for all Target 1: By 2030, every child secures their right to complete a full cycle of continuous, free, quality early childhood, primary and lower secondary education, which is inclusive and enables them to achieve their potential as human beings and to contribute positively as active members of society. Indicators: Percentage of children and young people who participate in and complete early childhood, primary, lower and upper secondary education to the appropriate national standards, disaggregated by disability, gender, race and ethnicity, rural-urban location, countries affected by conflict and humanitarian crisis and socio-economic status, among others. Percentage of children and young people who demonstrate relevant learning outcomes in foundational competencies including literacy, numeracy, foundational knowledge and skills in the humanities and sciences, life skills, knowing their rights, sustainable development and global citizenship, determined through multiple measures and consistent with national standards, disaggregated by disability, gender, race and ethnicity, rural-urban location, countries affected by conflict and humanitarian crisis and socio-economic status, among others. Percentage of boys and girls who access to and complete a quality primary and lower secondary education in a safe learning environment without gender disparity and gender-based violence. Percentage of children with disabilities achieving their learning potential by the end of primary and lower secondary education. National gap in completion rate and learning outcomes between the poorest 40% and richest 10% of children has reduced by at least x%. Percentage of children and young people taught by trained and qualified teachers with an appropriate student to qualified teacher ratio, with clear and transparent national benchmarks for qualified teacher status; extent to which regional disparities in number of trained teachers are eliminated; and percentage of national teacher absenteeism rates. Percentage of educational institutions that have safe and adequate infrastructure, facilities, resources and learning materials for all students; Breadth of curriculum, including an evaluation of gender-sensitive, non-discriminatory content and teaching resources and materials, as well as content on global citizenship, human rights, peace, and life skills. Percentage of children in pre-primary and grades 1 and 2 able to access mother-tongue medium education. Target 2: By 2030, all young people and adults have equitable access to inclusive and quality lifelong learning, enabling them to acquire literacy, knowledge, skills, and competencies to achieve their full potential and participate positively in society and in the world of work. Indicators: Percentage of participation of youth and adults in relevant formal or non-formal basic education, including adult literacy and life skills programmes, disaggregated by disability, gender, race and ethnicity, and socio-economic status, among others. Extent of access to acquisition of knowledge and skills for young people and adults over their lifespan, including but not limited to technical and vocational education and training (both formal and non-formal), disaggregated by disability, gender, race and ethnicity, and socio-economic status, among others. Percentage of young people and adults with no literacy, low literacy, functional literacy or full literacy, disaggregated by disability, gender, race and ethnicity, rural-urban location, countries affected by conflict and humanitarian crisis and socio-economic status, among others. Extent of access to second-chance accelerated learning program in order to get out-of school children and youth back to school. Target 3: By 2030, ensure sustained and adequate financing and governance structures that are transparent and participatory to implement inclusive, equitable, free quality education and lifelong learning for all. Indicators: Percentage of children who have access to educational institutions that are publicly financed, do not charge fees and are not for profit; Extent of civil society engagement in the development and monitoring of education sector policies and programs (benchmarks to include institutionalised participation of civil society organisations including students’, teachers’ and parents’ organisations in official planning and review bodies), including in tracking budgets. Percentage of schools and learning centres with functional management committees that include teachers, facilitators, parents, students, and community and local CSO representatives Quality, regularity, and accessibility of education data, information, and reports, including budgets and financial information. At least 20% of the national budget allocated to education. At least 20% of ODA to be allocated to education and extent to which ODA is harmonised behind national education sector plans. Adoption of a fully costed national plan for inclusive education and lifelong learning for all. Extent to which spending on education is sustainably financed through a progressive taxation system, for example with an expanding tax-GDP ratio. Establishment of strategies to ensure safe facilities and educational continuity in conflict and disasters.
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