Child education is one of the best ways to improve child outcomes, according to the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).
In 2016, UNDP and its partners identified six key areas for the next five years where the UNDP believes that children’s academic achievement and social and economic development will improve.
These are: • Increasing children’s exposure to literacy, reading and writing.
This includes providing greater access to quality early reading materials, engaging parents and schools in children’s literacy and writing skills and expanding the use of online learning tools and technology.
• Increasing the use and sharing of online resources and information.
This means engaging children in online discussions about topics and topics related to literacy and reading.
• Creating a more diverse and inclusive school community.
This is particularly important in poorer areas and in communities of colour, where many students are not enrolled in primary education.
• Supporting young people to transition from primary school into secondary school.
This can be achieved through a number of initiatives, including providing support to primary school teachers, ensuring that teachers are equipped to offer the skills required for the development of young people’s skills and knowledge.
These measures will support the transition from pre-school to primary education and will help to ensure that children are prepared for and equipped to enter primary school.
Child Education – The UNDP Child Education Index (CEI) is an independent, non-profit research and development project to track the performance of children’s primary and secondary education in 190 countries.
The CEI index has a range of indicators that measure child development and attainment, as well as key indicators such as school enrolment, and the impact of policy interventions on children’s attainment.
The index is based on three components: • Child enrolment – the percentage of children who are enrolled in school; • School enrolment ratio – the proportion of children enrolled in schools that are primary and in secondary education; and • School quality – the level of school attendance and enrolment.
The survey, which was conducted in 2017, provides data on the characteristics of children in different countries across different age groups, sex, and socio-economic status.
The UNPD and UNDP are part of the United States Department of Education (USDED).
The CEH index is an annual measure that tracks the performance and progress of children across primary, secondary and tertiary education.
To learn more about the CEH Index, visit the US Department of Agriculture’s Child Education, Science and Technology page.
Child Development Index (CDI) – The CDI index is a global ranking of the child development indicators of the world, and has been published since 2000.
The CDIs aim to measure four key indicators of child development: • Health outcomes – a measure of children living in families where they are physically, socially and economically supported; • Educational outcomes – measuring children’s educational and economic outcomes; • Socio-economic indicators – measuring the socioeconomic conditions in which children are living and how well they are receiving educational and health services; and• Socioeconomic mobility – measuring changes in socio-emotional and economic status over time, and how that affects children’s access to and use of public goods and services.
The US Department is a member of the World Health Organization (WHO).
Child Development Trends – The Child Development Tracking Program (CDTP) – is a program of the UNPD, US Department, and World Bank.
The main objective of the CDTP is to provide the latest and most up-to-date information on child development in developing countries.
It aims to develop a global data set of data to inform policy and policy-making, including monitoring and research on child and adolescent health, education, social protection and economic empowerment.
The United States is a founding member of CDTP.
The Children’s Health and Development Monitoring (CHD) Program (CHDP) – the Child Development Monitoring Network – is the lead agency in the field of CHD.
The CHDP is a partnership between the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, China, Canada, and France, and includes a network of partners across the world.
The Global Child Health Observatory (GCHO) – a US government agency, founded in 2010, is a research and data collection initiative that supports and enhances efforts to develop and implement comprehensive child health policies and programs.
The GCHO monitors the health and development of children worldwide through data and information sharing and through the delivery of public health services to reduce the impact on children of infectious diseases.
Child and Adolescent Health – Child health is the area of health in which all children should have access to the right health care.
The focus of the Child and Youth Health (CYHL) Program is to address the needs of children and adolescents, and to improve their health and well-being through research and education.
Child health includes the provision of health services, prevention and care, early intervention, and prevention and intervention services to help children and young people gain access to care and preventative