UNICEF: Child education needs to be better covered in schools, not worse.
Child education is the lifeblood of children’s education.
We know it can be delivered through an integrated, comprehensive and sustainable way that is accessible to all children, regardless of socio-economic status, and has a positive impact on children’s health and wellbeing.
This means that it needs to cover the basics of how children learn in primary, secondary and tertiary schools, and how children are able to access educational opportunities in a meaningful and sustainable manner.
The UNICEf Child Education Forum is a new initiative that aims to create a network of experts, stakeholders and practitioners to share best practices for addressing the child education needs of all children.
The forum will seek to foster a shared understanding of the key challenges and opportunities for children’s children, and to facilitate the establishment of a network to address child education problems.
The focus of the forum is on three key areas:1.
Child care and childcare for all children and families, and for all ages.
The child care sector is the biggest employer of young people in developing countries.
Childcare is an essential part of a child’s development and a vital part of any child’s future.
The sector is also key to improving economic growth, reducing poverty and creating jobs.
The Sustainable Childcare and Education Platform (SCEP) sets out the key principles of child care, with specific recommendations for the implementation of these principles by governments and child development charities.2.
Improving the quality of child education in all children’s schools, both primary and secondary.
The Child Education Council of India (CECI) is a national, independent body that works for children.
Its primary focus is on improving the quality and effectiveness of child and adolescent education in India.
It is supported by several other national and international NGOs.3.
Strengthening the effectiveness and accessibility of the national and local child education systems.
We believe that the development of the child in all its forms is inextricably linked to the development and empowerment of children and young people.
We must ensure that children have access to quality, sustainable and timely child education that provides them with a well-rounded education.
In order to meet these priorities, the forum will launch a series of workshops that will focus on child development and education issues.
In these workshops, the delegates will explore child education policy issues and identify challenges and challenges faced by child education providers.
This will enable the stakeholders and stakeholders to share expertise and recommendations for addressing child education issues across the country.
The full agenda for the forum can be found here