International Institute for Educational Planning: Provides access to information on educational planning and management, including IIEP's training programmes, research and online publications.
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) Education Information Service: Provides important data on the organization's education projects and publications. Links to other education servers on the Internet are featured as well as links to UNESCO's Partners in Education. The site is extensive and updated frequently.
Education for All Forum: Provides access to country reports, status and trend information, publications, special features, EFA bulletins and upcoming meetings and conferences.
EFA Global Monitoring Report 2009:
Despite much progress since 2000, millions of children, youth and adults still lack access to good quality education and the benefits it brings. This inequality of opportunity is undermining progress towards achieving Education for All by 2015. Who are these individuals and groups? What are the obstacles they face? How can governance policies help break the cycle of disadvantage and poverty? What policies work? Is education reform integrated into the bigger picture? Is the international community making good on its commitments? are some of the aspects covered in the report.
United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF): Provides information in a multimedia format about children across the world. Also features educational activities and resources for students.
UNICEF’S State of the World’s Children Report 2015: The report marks 25 years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. The report highlights how new ways of solving problems – often emerging from local communities and young people themselves – can help us overcome age-old inequities that prevent millions of children from surviving, thriving and making the most of their potential.
The World Bank’s Education Microsite: Provides access to full text World Bank publications, educational resource materials and toolkits, information on the World Bank's education work in the areas of early childhood; gender; effective schools and teachers; adult education and school health, education statistics, details of education strategies in a number of countries, regional information and several related links.
International Literacy Explorer: Provides an overview of literacy and basic education issues and practices in an international context.
UNESCO Asia Pacific: UNESCO Asia Pacific office link which contains more relevant materials on education mainly for the Asia and Pacific region.
Source: Portal Content Team