Vol.1: Preface. I. Achieving education for all: demographic challenges: 1. Introduction. 2. The role of education in the context of population growth and development. 3. The demographic challenge to education for all. 4. A closer look at half of the world population. 5. Looking towards the future. II. Applying new technologies and cost-effective delivery systems in basic education: 6. Introduction. 7. Overview of state of development in 1990. 8. Social and technological developments and opportunities 1990-2000. 9. Audiences and programmes. 10. Assessment of experience. 11. Proposed lines of development for 2000-2010. III. Text books and learning materials: 12. Introduction. 13. Book provision in 1990. 14. Global trends. 15. Regional developments. 16. What we have learned. 17. Looking to the future. IV. Education in situations of emergency and crisis: 18. Introduction. 19. Education in emergency situations/achievements and challenges. 20. Towards a shared knowledge of education in emergency and post-emergency situations: analysis of strategies and practices. 21. Challenges of the new century: lessons learned for the future. 22. Recommendations. 23. Conclusion. Bibliography.
Vol.2: Preface. V. Early childhood care and development: 24. Introduction. 25. Changing contexts. 26. Tendencies: the changing status of children and ECCD enrolments. 27. Tendencies: conditions and programmes. 28. Problems and proposals: where do we go from here? 29. Thoughts on the role of international organisations. VI. Education for all and children who are excluded: 30. Introduction. 31. Patterns of exclusion: causes and conditions. 32. State of practice and progress since Jomtein. 33. Moving forward: debates, challenges and lessons from good practice. VII. Girls' education: 34. Introduction. 35. The status of girls' education. 36. International support for regional national, and local change. 37. Lesson learned. 38. Trends. 39. Conclusion. VIII. Literacy and adult education: 40. Introduction. 41. Status and trends. 42. Domains of innovation. 43. Capacity building, professionalization and agency support. 44. Challenges for the future. 45. Conclusions. IX. School health and nutrition: 46. Introduction: the link between health and learning. 47. Research highlights from the past debate: what strategies are effective. 48. Looking forward: suggestions for EFA 2015. 49. Looking back: the status of school health leading upto Jomtein. 50. Conceptual frameworks: the principles that drive action. 51. Major global trends: developments since Jomtein. References.
Vol.3: Preface. X. Community partnerships in education: dimensions, variations and implications: 52. Introduction. 53. Participation and partnership: distinctions and forms. 54. Community partnership in governance. 55. Community financing. 56. The impact of innovations. 57. Key lessons. 58. Conclusion. XI. Linking non-formal education to development: NGO experiences during the education for all decade: 59. Background. 60. Why NGO cases? 60. Context. 62. Why link NFE to technical sector context? 63. Challenges encountered. 64. Lessons learned. XII. Funding agency contributions to education for all: 65. Introduction. 66. Methodology. 67. The context. 68. Definitions of basic education. 69. Statistical analysis of trends in basic education. 70. Targeting. 71. Quality and access. 72. Adult education. 73. Language in education. 74. Delivery mechanisms. 75. Monitoring and evaluation. 76. Evidence of impact on national institutional capacity. Appendices: 1. Terms of reference. 2. Original letter. 3. DAC data and technical notes. 4. Agency contributions to basic education disaggregated by region/country. 5. Agency contributions to sub-sectors of basic education. References. XIII. The international consultative forum on education for all: 77. The study. 78. The idea of an international consultative forum. 79. Achievements and shortfalls. 80. Options for the way forward.