The first report in the series, the 2016 Report, would establish a new monitoring framework for education post-2015, and examine key financing and governance challenges for the post-2015 era.
A concept noted on the report which was made available by UNESCO to the Ghana News Agency on Monday said, the Report would also focus on ‘Education for people and planet: Creating sustainable futures for all’, examining the complex interrelationships and links between education and key development sectors.
It would determine which education strategies, policies and programmes are most effectively linked to the economic, social, environmental and political priorities of the new sustainable development agenda.
The 2016 report, the first of a new series of post-2015 reports, would establish a new set of tools and a toolkit for monitoring the post-2015 education goal and its targets.
The thematic section of 2016 report would examine the reciprocal links between education and major aspects of the post-2015 development agenda, and present how the role of education could be re-envisioned to contribute to the ambitious sustainable development agenda.
The report will document cross-sectoral initiatives that are cost-effective, contextually relevant and sustainable; such initiatives, backed by appropriate cross-sectoral indicators, could lead the way for advancing the Sustainable Development Goals.
Source: GNA/News Ghana