Whose Influence and Whose Priorities? The Design of Ethiopia’s General Education Quality Improvement Programme - Equity (GEQIP-E)

In Ethiopia, strong political will for improving the quality of education with equity is found at the highest level of government, which in turn is reflected in the government’s education policy and plans. While this is important, a question arises as to whether it is sufficient for ensuring real progress. Ambitious intentions are translated into action only through the stakeholders working within the system, which particularly requires the involvement of those at the local level.

Understanding the Meaning of Equity Within Education Systems

“Quality Learning for All” and its Relation with Equity in Education Systems 

UN Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4) to “Ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning” raises many questions on both conceptual and practical grounds. Perhaps, one of the most important would be which indicator to use to measure progress in accomplishing it.