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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS PPT (2).pptx

  1. 1. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS!! SDG-4(QUALITY EDUCATION) TEAM MEMBERS: Spoorthi R Prakash –1DT19IS131 Sudeep sagar – 1DT19IS132 Tanuja N G – 1DT19IS142 Syed Sufiyan – 1DT19IS140 Vijay y Jadav - 1DT19IS156
  2. 2. INDEX  Introduction  Background  Three key data priorities for Education IN 2030  Targets, Indicators and Progress  Scope Of Education Targets In SDGs  Challenges  Links With Other SDGs  Education targets/indicators within other SDGs  Regional Support To SDG-4 (Implementation Road-Map)  Global Education Agendas compared  Monitoring of SDG-4 : global , regional and national and thematic  Thematic indicator framework for SDG4  Indicator availability by regions  Indicator availability by targets  Regional overview
  3. 3. QUALITY EDUCATION:
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION: Sustainable Development Goal is about quality education and is among the 17 Sustainable Development Goals established by the United Nations in September 2015. The full title of SDG 4 is "Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all". SDG 4 has ten targets which are measured by 11 indicators. The three "means of achieving targets" are: build and upgrade inclusive and safe schools; expand higher education scholarships for developing countries; and increase the supply of qualified teachers in developing countries. SDG 4 aims to provide children and young people with quality and easily accessible education plus other learning opportunities
  5. 5. BACKGROUND:  "Education for All" has been a popular slogan and given attention through different international development courses ever since 1990.  Education is seen as a force for sustainable development, nation building and peace.  The role of education in ensuring sustainable development is not limited to developing regions; but the whole world at large. The major aim of Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4) is to provide an inclusive and high quality education which will improve the learner's standard of living, and the community's future.  Major progress has been made in promoting access to education, specifically at the primary school level, for both boys and girls. Sub-Saharan African countries experienced an increase in primary education completion rate from 49 percent in 2000 to 60 percent in 2006.  The closure of schools in 2020 as part of the measures taken to slow the spread of COVID- 19 is having adverse impact on the learning outcome. It has affected more than 90 per cent of the world's student population, with an estimated 1.5 billion children and young people having disrupted access to education.
  6. 6. Three key data priorities for Education 2030 • Broad scope across the life cycle: Indicators for areas which are on the “margins” of the formal education system, but recognized as critically important to achieving the development goals (levels and types) • Education quality: results of learning at all stages of education provision or learning opportunities • Equity: measures that capture those who are excluded from education provision or learning opportunities
  7. 7. RIGHT TO EDUCATION:
  8. 8. TARGETS, INDICATORS AND PROGRESS: SDG 4 consists of 7 targets, 3 means of actual application and 12 indicators. Eight of them are supposed to be achieved by 2030, while one is to be achieved by 2020 and the rest have no target years. Each of the targets has one or more indicators to measure progress. The 7 targets include: 4.1 Free primary and secondary education . 4.2 Equal access to quality pre-primary education . 4.3 Equal access to affordable technical, vocational and higher education. 4.4 Increase the number of people with relevant skills for financial success. 4.5 Eliminate all discrimination in education . 4.6 Universal literacy and numeracy. 4.7 Education for sustainable development and global citizenship. The 3 means of implementation: 4.a Build and upgrade inclusive and safe schools. 4.b Expand higher education scholarships for developing countries. 4.c Increase the supply of qualified teachers in developing countries.
  9. 9. SCOPE OF EDUCATION TARGETS IN SDGs:
  10. 10. CHALLENGES :-  Just as all SDGs, achieving SDG 4—for inclusive and equitable access to education—is likely to be missed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. There is a projection that more than 200 million children will still be out of education by 2030.  Many educational institutions are attempting to maintain programs through online education. However, equity remains a major constraint on access to distance learning, as many students in the developing countries do not either have access to the internet or a safe and supportive learning environment appropriate for e-learning.  In an effort to foster international collaboration and ensure that education never stops, UNESCO in March 2020 launched the COVID-19 Global Education Coalition, a multi-sector partnership between the UN family, civil society organizations, media and IT partners to design and deploy innovative solutions.
  11. 11. CHALLENGES :-
  12. 12. LINKS WITH OTHER SDGs :-
  13. 13. Education targets/indicators within other SDGs: Achieving SDG 4 will help to achieve these other SDGs:  Eradicate poverty (SDG 1)  Achieve gender equality (SDG 5)  Ensure good heath and wellbeing (SDG 3)  Reduce inequalities among countries (SDG 10)  Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth and decent work for all (SDG 8)  Build resilient infrastructure and foster innovation (SDG 9)  Promote peaceful and inclusive societies (SDG 16).
  14. 14. Education targets/indicators within other SDGs:
  15. 15. REGIONAL SUPPORT TO SDG-4 (IMPLEMENTATION ROADMAP) :-
  16. 16. Global Education Agendas compared: • The Global Education Agendas are Millennium Development Goals(MDG) and Education For All(EFA). • The MDG2 refers to Achieve Universal Primary Education. • The SDG4 is compared with the following global agendas:
  17. 17. Thematic indicator framework for SDG4:  SDG 4 consists of 7+3 targets and 43 indicators. There are 4 monitoring levels.  A set of 43 indicators to track progress on the SDG4 – Education 2030 Agenda on an internationally ‐ comparable basis.  It includes 11 indicators proposed by the IAEG‐SDGs for tracking SDG 4.  A reference for regional reviews and national monitoring.  Developed by the Technical Advisory Group (TAG) established by UNESCO in the framework of the SDG 4 education agenda.
  18. 18. Thematic indicator framework for SDG4:
  19. 19. Thematic indicator framework for SDG4:
  20. 20. Indicator availability by regions:
  21. 21. Indicator availability by targets:
  22. 22. Regional overview:
  23. 23. THANK YOU !!! ~TEAM J.A.R.V.I.S

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