The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the UN’s most prominent initiative for improving social and economic conditions in the world’s most impoverished nations, offer a comprehensive strategy for ending poverty and hunger; combating HIV/AIDS; universal education; gender equality; child and maternal health; environmental sustainability; and global partnership-building.
Children attend lessons in a refugee camp in Khost province (REUTERS/Stringer).
Crafting an Education Goal in the Post-2015 Development Framework: Having Our Cake and Eating It Too
May 17, 2013, Luis Crouch, Jenny Perlman Robinson and Lauren Greubel
Luis Crouch, Jenny Perlman Robinson and Lauren Greubel argue that the education community must realize the need to craft education goals that are practical, measurable, and facilitate a goal-seeking rather than goal-setting process in the post-2015 development framework.
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