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What is education according to UNICEF?

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Asked by lalit mahata, 13 Mar '13 08:02 pm
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Life skills education is a structured programme of needs- and outcomes-based participatory learning that aims to increase positive and adaptive behaviour by assisting individuals to develop and practise psycho-social skills that minimize risk factors and maximize protective factors. Life skills education programmes are theory- and evidenced-based, learner-focused, delivered by competent facilitators, and appropriately evaluated to ensure continuous improvement of documented results.
Answered by RACHANAexposer, 13 Mar '13 10:06 pm

 
  
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Ducation is a fundamental human right: Every girl and boy in every country is entitled to it. Quality education is critical to development both of societies and of individuals, and it helps pave the way to a successful and productive future. When all children have access to a quality education rooted in human rights and gender equality, it creates a ripple effect of opportunity that influences generations to come.

Education ends generational cycles of poverty and disease and provides a foundation for sustainable development. A quality basic education equips girls and boys with the knowledge and skills they need to adopt healthy lifestyles, protect themselves from HIV and take an active role in social, economic and political decision-making as they transition to adolescence and adulthood. Educated adults are more likely to have smaller and healthier families, to be informed about appropriate child-rearing practices and to ensure that their children start school on time and ready to ...more
Answered by Quest, 13 Mar '13 08:20 pm

 
  
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Http://www.unicef.org/eapro/activities_3612.html

it says - East Asia and the Pacific has achieved more than any other region in increasing childrens access to basic education. In 1970, more than 50 million primary school-aged children were not enrolled in school. Today, that has dropped to less than 7 million. Yet many people who are poor and marginalized are still being denied quality education or any education at all. Consequently, disparities remain and deepen. ..........................
Answered by conviction, 13 Mar '13 08:04 pm

 
  
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